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Need help i am useing my SD card to upload my videos onto my lap top, windows media player is saying it cannot play the files the player might not support the files type or might not support the codec that was used to compress the files.Window media is also saying the selected files has an extension (.3g2) that is not recognized. No i didnot format the SD card before i used it Please help me. Thanks Southfield

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This problem is caused by a computer program which is used to create the files in your SD card and such program is not installed in your laptop. If the file is coming from a camcorder, try to install the driver cd of the camcorder to your laptop in order to support the files that in the SD card.

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Download VLC player to play most file formats. .3g2 is a file from a phone http://www.fileinfo.com/extension/3g2

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