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Most digital media players require videos to be converted to a format that they can be used (usually a compressed format to allow more to be loaded on the unit). You would need to install the software that came with the unit or if it is compatible with Windows Media Player 11, then usually Media Player will do the conversion when you synch the files to the player.

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