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Coby support mp4 video well, you can convert your own videos to mp4 video, then import the video into windows media player, connect your coby player to computer, sync your coby with windows media player, the videos will be transferred to your coby player.
well do you have the drivers for it? if you do, then most generic mp3/mp4 players usually work with programs such as windows media player and etc. just drag and burn the files. there are also illegal ways such as limewire or frostwire if you really need to. also if you like youtube videos, here is a program called youtubedownloader that is a few MB and will download videos to your computer for you to put them on: www.youtubedownloader.com.
if nothing else, try itunes or look at downloads.com for media players.
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I had the same problems with my player i took it apart and there was a little chip connected to the battery terminal wires, i removed the little black chip which is a sensor for the batteries to prevent damage to the unit and I removed it and resoldered the wires the battery terminals and now it works perfect.
avi format itself conatins many encoding formats . usually avi players support Xvid encoderd videos . u try to conver the video to xvid fmovie format ( .avi) with some video converters and try . ( i prefer xilisoft video conavrter ) . try and reply me