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I HAVE A Pocket size 160GB HDD Player with hard drive how do i store vidos file on it so i can view it on a TV Paul

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    Carl Sizemore May 11, 2010

    Please list what type of Hdd player you have.

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In ordr to watch the video files, first u will need to format the USB HDD to fat32, then connect it first to the usb port of the PC and transfer all the video files whichever format to the drive, then connect it to ur TV via the EP Pin AV out.. let me know

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You connect your hdd pc usb port

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