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Real player problem

Hi there!!! lissen up! I've got a problem with mine real player...
I've try to put a movie on mine E-50, but it doesn't work... only sound works, but theres no image... Can someone olease help me out!? txs a lot!

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Please install correct format audio and video files
Some files cant show video just play audio only when install uncorrect files
Make sure that the video is in mpeg4 or 3gp format

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Posted on Dec 26, 2008

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If the video is in real media format then it can work only with real player..try to re install the real player.. else go for 3gp format

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Hi thanks for using FixYa

make sure that the video is in mpeg4 or 3gp format...

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