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Getting Started with an Audiovox MP3 Player

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I just bought my daughter an MP3 player, and I guess I'm dumb, lol, but I just dont understand how to download the music onto the thing. It came with a CD, but its only for windows 98 and 98SE, and i have XP.....I just need someone to maybe explain in easier terms how to begin downloading music. The instructions are not too clear on how to begin. Thanks to anyone who can help.

it's a 128 MB MP3/WMA Audiovox SMP3-330-128s

Remove a Jammed Tape from TV/VCR combo

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My daughter has a 13" Emerson combo tv/vcr it shuts its self off after a few seconds is there any thing I can do, its not worth spending the money to fix it. If not how can I get the tape out of the vcr without it working.

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Expanding Your Outlets on a Surge Protector

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If I plug in an extension cord with multiple outlets into my surge protector, will components that I plug into the extension cord still be protected even though they are not directly plugged into the surge protector?

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Disable the Dealer Lock on a Koss DVD Player

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High Speed Camera For Action Shots

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I'm in the market for a digital camera to be used to film my kids playing sports (baseball, soccer, gymnastics, basketball, etc.). I already own a great compact digital camera which is great for stills, but is terrible for taking action shots.

I don't necessarily want to spend a ton ($2,000), but would be willing to spend up to $1,000 or so. What are the best sports cameras out today?

Wireless Network Technologies Simply Explained

It seems like only yesterday that there was no such thing as wireless networks. Networking computers together involved hubs, routers, switches, and a whole lot of Ethernet cables. Today, computers can be linked together without wires and cables through the use of wireless networking technology.



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