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Can't use e-book

I lost my disk and I don't know how to add files to the e-book feature. I drag and drop them in and they appear to look added to the e-book folder, but when I try to access the e-book on the Onyx player, it reads,"no file". Could you please help me, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you!!!

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All You Need To Do is Copy and paste them on to Microsoft Word XP and when you save as look where it says "save as type" and click plain text.txt. becaus ebook only supports txt. there ya go!!!

Posted on Dec 05, 2008

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It's sample if you have windows media player you will select list and you will drag the music you want on it and after you will start it. that's all.

Posted on Nov 25, 2008

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