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Digital Foci DataPocket 40GB

Is there a manuel that I can download?

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Re: Digital Foci DataPocket 40GB

You need to check at the manufacturer's website. Typically they have them....check under support or documentation. If not (for some strange reason) you can google the might get lucky. Hope this helps....Tango.

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