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    Lightbulb No sound in 3g2 files

    Hello! I recently powered on my old Droid Razr from 2007 and found a bunch of video files of my 8 year old from when he was born through a year old. I saved them to the SD card and inserted the card into my laptop. When I open the video files, the files are 3g2 files, which I'm not familiar with. When I try to play these videos on my laptop, the video is fine, but no sound comes through and I get an error message in Windows Media Player saying the sound file is unsupported. What program do I need to play these through in order to have the sound? Or do I need to convert them to avi or mp4/mp3 files in order to play them properly? If I need to convert them, which program is the best and does not include adware/spyware/malware/viruses? I tried to download a program called Pazera from Cnet and it infected my system with Trojans and all kinds of adware/malware...which is how I found this forum! Now that my system is clean again, I'd really love to get these videos working with sound! Thanks for your help!
    Melissa

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    Here is a how-to site that will help you in the conversion of such files 3GP File (What It Is & How To Open One)


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    Ahh, thank you!!! ;-)