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Sansa e260 video problem

Hello I bought the sansa e260 but i cannot seem to get videos to work on it, whenever i convert it using the media converter that came with it then the video plays the sound but no picture, and when i put that file on my e260 then it shows a blank screen for about a second and then jumps back to the menu. It doesn't matter what size or what type of file i convert, the result is always the same. And when i do convert a video using a different converter to a MJPEG B .MOV then it plays fine on my computer, but when i put it on my e260 then it says "please convert this file using sansa media converter" Can anyone help me fit it please? Thanking you in advance.

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  • e260problem Oct 02, 2007

    Someone already helped me to fix it, by installing quicktime 7.2, i think he said it was my codecs or something that was messed.

    Thanks anyway.

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Need new codecs, definitely.

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