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Foxpro FXP sounds

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I can't open my new Foxpro FXP sounds from the Mark II library. What's up? I tried to open the files directly from the link. Doesn't work. Then I tried saving the files first, then opening them. Windows doesn't recognize the extention type. OK. I can't even open the files, let alone play them or transfer them to my unit. What's up? Am I doing something wrong?

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Your computer will not be able to play the sounds.
Isn't that the truth. :D Sure would be nice to hear them before you have to put them on the caller.

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Sorry to hijack your post but it looks like we have some FoxPro users here. Can anyone tell me how far away you can operate your caller using your remote? (Assuming straight line distance, no trees or rocks in the way.)

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I've had mine out over a 1/4 mile and it wasn't even line of site. I drove off and left it sitting by accident. I was able to stop and put the remote out of the window and unmute it. I had to turn it way up to hear it but it worked perfectly. :D

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Thanks guys. I've got a real gun shy coyote that's beat me three times already by circling 400 yards downwind.

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I guess my question was more along the lines of if my computer won't play the files, how am i supposed to transfer them to my unit? What is the definition of play? My computer says it can't play the files.I guess it means it will run the files but I won't be able to listen to them. That's fine. I understood my computer's warnings to mean that it can't use the files at all. I guess i was incorrect.Nevermind. :(

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Often, when a computer says it can play or execute the file, it means it doesn't have the appropriate application that executes the file. It will stil. be able to transfer data to other forms of storage media.db

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