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Replace bad video file - Insignia Sport 4GB

The Flyleaf video that came with my mp3 player had become corrupt and I was wondering if someone could upload the file to me so I can replace the bad file. It is allaroundme.avi

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  • hansonsux Jul 15, 2008

    I did not get the file. Please try the upload link I sent you.

  • hansonsux Jul 15, 2008

    I did not get the file. Please try the upload link I sent you.

  • hansonsux Jul 25, 2008

    I emailed you the link, but I never saw the file uploaded to the server.

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Whats ur email?

Posted on Jul 08, 2008

  • elect_exp Jul 08, 2008

    i'll send it to you.

    Ryan

  • elect_exp Jul 17, 2008

    my email is partlowryan at yahoo.com send the upload link there.

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