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Not able to view all the mpeg2 files in phillips dvd player, however i can view them on my computer?

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That happens because some Mpeg file may use additional codec modules that can be installed on computer, but are not supported by the player.

Codecs are algorithms used in movie compression, they are programmed modules that must be pre-loaded by a player, or a computer system to play compressed movies.

The phenomenon is normal and is caused by DVD player factory specs limitation.

To read all Mpg and AVi you can try updating the player system Software, as described on manual, or calling Philips for step by step support.
Even after updating , the DVD will not read files that are using certain codecs.

Here the update for Philips DVP 5140/12 UK , if you load wrong update the player may not work anymore, better calling Philips if you want to update the player. Number is listed on the owner manual.

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Thanks.

G.

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