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Media problem hi i am unable to open movie files in windows media player 9 on my iPAQ rz1715. mp3 files open just fine but for some reason i cant open a clip in .avi format. .mpg files dont open either. anyone that has had a similar problem or anyone with ANY suggestions please help. thank you

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Re: media problem

You need betaplayer - you can download the palyer and plugin here..... download the TCPMP for Windows Mobile , and then the plugin for WM http://corecodec.org/projects/tcpmp

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