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When i try to downlaod a video to my mp3 player it says unsoprted file type . and i do not have have the rca easy rip on my mp3 anymore because i accidentally deleted it from my device how do i put videos on it without it saying unsoprted file type ????

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Hi staxxzack...
You need to download a format converter and convert you files to the type needed by your MP3 player.
I believe your MP3 player will use Windows Media Video file type
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You can download a free file converter at this website.

http://formatoz.com/

Posted on May 24, 2011

  • ericblacksmi Jun 03, 2011

    what format do you need on the mp3 player

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Make sure the lock switch on the back is in the unlocked position. For the player to say "Loading," especially the first time you plug it into the computer, is normal - your computer is communicating with the player, installing drivers, and trying to load the Easy Rip Software. If it stays on loading past 10 minutes, however, something is not right. If you have selected to open the device automatically using Windows Media Player, you are headed for trouble, especially if you have more music and other files on your computer than the mp3 player can handle. If you have accidentally done this, disable auto-sync in Windows Media Player.
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