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I cannot seem to view a video I have on a USB drive. I have tried VLC, DiVX, Gomplayer, and windows media player. Still can't seem to recover the video.

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What's the video format on the USB drive? dvi, mp4, 3gp, vob, dat...etc....?

Most probably you have not install the codec, necessary to view the the Video files.

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