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If your computer has correctly recognized your ARCHOS device, you will see it listed under Windows® Explorer (or Mac Desktop) as a "device" or "hard drive". If you have problems, check your User Guide for specific instructions on connecting your ARCHOS product to your computer. Step 4. Copy and paste the downloaded firmware (.AOS file) to your ARCHOS device. A) If the Archos device in Windows Explorer is shown as a "Hard Drive" , such as ( E: for example ) put the update file directly onto the ARCHOS icon. B) If the Archos device in Windows Explorer is shown as a "Portable Media Device" then you need to paste the update file into the first DATA folder. Step 5. Disconnect the Device

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