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Why doesn't some of my videos work when I press on them this box shows up and says unsupported media format I want to fix it!!!

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Use the supplied Sansa Media Converter program to convert and transfer videos (and photos). If you don't have the SMC, you can download the Windows version from http://www.megaupload.com/?d=3IPZO6Q0

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