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gnspr9

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#11 15 years ago

Very cool, appreciate it! I bought a card from best buy today, and am enjoying call of duty a lot, thanks!




Mastershroom Advanced Member

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#12 15 years ago
gnspr9Very cool, appreciate it! I bought a card from best buy today, and am enjoying call of duty a lot, thanks!

NEVER buy computer components at stores. Look them up online, you could have probably saved $50 or so if you bought from an online parts retailer and waited a few days for shipping. As for the video iPod, what the gentlemen above me said about formats is correct. But if you're viewing them away from a source of battery charging, do so without the backlight if possible, videos drain the battery like you wouldn't believe. However, if you're merely trying to store the files for transfer to another computer, you can do that as well. In iTunes' options, select the iPod tab and make sure the "Allow disk use" box is checked. Then, open whatever drive the iPod is in My Computer (for me, it's F:, but I also have multiple hard drives, so I dunno about you) and simply find the files you want in another My Computer window and drag them into the box. Placing any files on the iPod like that will allow you to carry them around and use the iPod as a portable hard drive. Be careful, because files still take up plenty of space on the thing. I use my iPod to transfer research papers and stuff between home and school all the time, it's a real nifty feature.




Agentlaidlaw

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#13 15 years ago
gnspr9Very cool, appreciate it! I bought a card from best buy today, and am enjoying call of duty a lot, thanks!

What card did you get?




vladtemplar

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#14 15 years ago

I have Sin City, 2 seasons of ER, 2 seasons of Scrubs, over 30 Gigs of music on my 60 Gig iPod. I use DVD Decrypter to decode DVDs, and then use Nero to recode to MPEG4 format. Works like a charm :)




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