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Lost video and space

I was curious to see if I could play an entire movie on my Sansa e250 2GB MP3 player. So I copied and pasted Rush Hour 3 (700 MB) in the Video Folder. The Video Folder already had couple of sample videos (Lil Monstah er sumthin). After copying finished, I disconnected the USB and went to the Video Folder to look for my movie. But there was nothing there. Even the Sample videos were gone. Even worse, when I reconnected the USB and opened the Video Folder on the computer, nothing was there. And when I checked my free space, it said I only had 1020 GB. The 700 MB of the movie were completely wiped out.

Does anyone know how I can recover this lost space. The movie still seems to be on the MP3 player but there is no way I can access it.

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View hidden files option did not work for me =/. I still cant see any of my videos. I want my free space back! =(

Posted on May 26, 2008

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Once looking at the player in explorer, go to tools - folder options - view hidden files and folders. Once you select that and hit okay, your vids should be on there (but a bit opaque). Just simply delete them.

Good luck

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