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Can't get video file off!!

I downloades a episode of Family Guy and it never showed up on my video files. So now it says I have over 900 mb used up but, there is nothing there!! Someone please help me!!

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After you connect the player to your computer, you should be able to see it by going into "My Computer" (on a windows system) It will show up as a removable drive. Open that drive and you will see the folders containing Music, Photos and Video. Open the Video folder and delete the ones you want to get rid of, that will free up space for music and pictures, but videos a another problem. I think there must be a firmware problem with these players that is preventing them from playing video. I have been searching for an update, but so far have not found one. I sent the manufacturer in China an email, but have yet to get a response. When I get a solution I will post it.

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