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Help when i try to video on it i covert them with the video converter that came with it on the cd i drag and drop it to video folder but when i turn it on and go to videos it says no files

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This is an audio MD player. There are no facilities for recording video. It has no recording functions at all. It simply plays minidiscs. You probably posted this in the wrong place.
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In Windows XP (with Windows Media
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