Don’t frustrate, as here is a solution to play that video on the same media player. You will have to install a codec software so that your windows media player can play each and every type of audio and video files.For example, AVI, MP4, FLV, MKV, OGM, DVD files, MPEG, MPG, 3GP, MOV, AMV and many more will play smoothly on Windows Media Player.My favorite codec pack is K-Lite Codec Pack which is available for 32 bit and 64 bits systems.
Last but not least, our product enable raw support in Windows Media Center 6.1 (the version that ships with Windows 7), including support for Media Center Extenders (stream slideshows to TV w/Xbox 360).
Windows Imaging Component made it possible for 3rd parties to add first-class support for additional image formats to the operating system through plugin components known as "codecs", providing thumbnail views in Explorer, as well as previews and slideshows in Windows Photo Gallery, Windows Photo Viewer and, on Window 7, also within Windows Media Center 7 and Media Player 12, as well as integration with the built-in desktop search engine.
WIC-compliant codecs also enable a number of applications to directly new file formats, such as for example Microsoft ICE, Sony Creative Software's Vegas Professional or The Panorama Factory, just to name a few.
I had so many problems with it, even though it was sent to service 3 times.
The battery life is horrible, sometimes it just turns of and has no battery, it takes ages to charge the battery, 4-5 hours, and if I only charge 30/40 prosent it won't turn on. I have experienced a lot of lag too when I am scrolling through the menu.