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Maybe? Videos that play on your PC may not be supported on your device.If this is so your device will either say file not recognized or unsupported file, or just not play.Even if it supports AVI files they may not play due to unsupported size, bit rate, codex.Did the player come with a file converter? try converting a small file and try to load it,play it.Good Luck
Get to my music
attach your mp3 player to a home computer or laptop open your files and either copy to computer or another mp3
Run a Repair using the Philips Device Manager.
Actually, I'm not sure if I understand what you are asking - if you are getting a format error on the songs that you have loaded onto the player, then the songs are in the wrong format.
Without getting into long, boring explanations, if you download only files that are in true Mp3 format, then you won't have any format errors. WMA files are very iffy with most mp3 players. iTunes files are completely incompatible with this player.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
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