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How Do I Put Videos on my MP3 Sansa??

I have been trying to put videos on my sansa for hours now ... im trying to put videos on there from my windows media player??

Is that the right way to do it

if not please help me!!

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Hook it up to your pc and then drag the video you want to put on the sansa to the a folder that says videos....

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