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My player plays only 2 min utes of video . evenif it is 5 or 10 min song it shows only 2 minutes & then skips to next song. can any one suggest a solution for this.It supports only svn format videos.

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You must use the Philips (Arcsoft) Media Converter for the files to play correctly - I would install the latest verison from Philips website.

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