Question about Philips GOGEAR SA6045 MP3 Player
Ok. While this may not be a particular area of my expertise, I think there are a few things which could cause this problem on any MP3 player.
1. Is there enough space? - Does the space on the MP3 player, more than cover the size of the video? 2. Is the video in the right format? - Many MP3 players accept only certain types of Audio and Video. The GoGear supports these video types: AVI,MOV,MPEG,MPEG-2,MPEG-4,WMV For information on video conversion programs, visit this link: http://www.10001downloads.com/s/go-gear-video-converter.html (This IS a reputable site. You need not be worried about viruses/spyware etc.
Hope this helps -Rob
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
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