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The pictures and videos to not open, only a red "X".

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Hello there.

Please confirm exactly which pictures or videos will not open. Is this a problem with viewing files on the Internet, like youtube.com? or video files downloaded? Files from a mobile phone?

If you write back and let us know what exactly you are having trouble with, we can find out how to get it working.

Posted on Jun 09, 2008

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X? which media player are you useing and what codecs do you have?

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