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USB flash drive

I ripped an album into a 2gb flash drive in mp3 format but my VRFM8 won't play it.

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  • WhoDog Apr 13, 2008

    Thanks for the reply friend. I found the answer on Virtual Reality's web page (www.vr-3.com). Yes, the transmitter only works with mp3 and wma files. Also, the flash drive must be formated in either, FAT or FAT32 form. Mine, it turns out, was NTFS...

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It has to be in mp3 or wma file format

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