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Windows Media Files

I tried to download a WIndows Media file to the My Documents folder on the Axim and kept getting errors. I clicked on the details but there was just a general error message. Anyone had this problem? I then copied the Windows Media file to the buil-in storage file but now I can't remove it. I keep getting the error message that access to the file is denied. I've tries using the Windows Media player, the file explorer on my PC and the file explorer on the Axim. Any suggestions?

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