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finding movie files


Smokeyone

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It's my own fault, I should be better at filing.
How do I find missing movie files in Vista please when I cannot remember the name or the format.
Thanks

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User-1229748

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you could type a . in the search box then click search and happy hunting :o)

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Jim_F

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By default they go in c:\users\username\videos

You could try searching the most popular types -.mpg and .dvx

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Jim_F

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Meant to type .divx :)

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Smokeyone

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Thanks for the suggestions

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AL47

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try the extensons thats the best way, as jim_f says, theres only a few they can be

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