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You have to change the format to whatever your device will take on the box or somewhere it will say Mpeg3 avi etc video compatible so after you download a video use your windows media player to convert it to the right format that it accepts. The best way is to download videos that are already in the right format and then just click copy to your device then it is alot easier - hope this helps

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check that the file you are using is formatted for the walkman ....ie mp3 ...


also for 2nd one...open walkman folder when connected to usb and add the music/video folde as required

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