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Old 13-01-2010
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video played at 2x/3x speed in WMP of HTC hd2
  

Hello friends,
I recently bought a cool new HTC hd2. It is very nice phone. It has amazing features and it looks very well. It don't have any problem until last 2 days. From last 2 days I'm having difficulty while playing flv, mp4, and avi movies. From last few days video played at 2x/3x speed in WMP of HTC hd2. I don't know what happened to it.
Please help me to fix this problem.

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Re: video played at 2x/3x speed in WMP of HTC hd2

I think there is some problem in your mobile's Windows media player. It may get corrupted or get damaged and that's why you are getting such type of problem. In this case you have to uninstall Windows media player from your mobile to get rid out of this problem. You can not directly remove Windows media player from your mobile phone. In this case you have to update Windows media player to automatically remove that problem from old Windows media player. Just look out for new update through your mobile. If new update is available then install it in your mobile.
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Re: video played at 2x/3x speed in WMP of HTC hd2

You are getting such type of problem due to faulty Windows media player application. In this case you have to use some other third party media player application to get rid out of this problem. As per my information CorePlayer is best suited for your mobile. It supports all types of video format like H.264 (AVC), AVCHD, MKV, MPEG-1, MPEG-4 part 2 (ASP), DivX, XviD, WMV*, Theora*, Dirac*, MJPEG, MSVIDEO1. If you want this application then go to official site of CorePlayer for downloading.
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Re: video played at 2x/3x speed in WMP of HTC hd2

It seems that you are trying to play videos which are not supported by Windows media player of your mobile. Most of the people face such type of problem. In this case you have to download DivX Mobile Player for your mobile to get rid out of this problem. With this media player you will able to play all types of file. It is very easy to download and install. Just go to official site of DivX Mobile Player for downloading this application.
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Re: video played at 2x/3x speed in WMP of HTC hd2

I think there is some problem in that particular video and that's why you are getting such type of problem. Most of the people face such type of problem. In this case try to play another video in your mobile. If you don't get any problem while playing other video then it means that your old video is faulty one. If you get the same problem with other video then there is some problem in your mobile software. Just contact service center of HTC to get rid out of this problem.
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