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Help With Joining avi File Chunks


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Hi people, nice forum you have here

OK, here's my problem....

I downloaded 48 chunks of an avi video file & tried to join them using the "HJSplit" program, which I've used in the past & never had any problems with

Now, when I open the "join" part on the program, I'm supposed to click on the first avi video chunk (on my C Drive), the one with "001". The problem is it isn't there, none of the chunks are

I downloaded them to my C Drive & have looked numerous times & they are there, but they won't show up on the HJSplit join box

Any idea if I'm doing something wrong or how I can get the first "001" part to show up in that box?

Thank you in advance
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what kind of files are these? where did you get them from?
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They're "avi" files, video files. I got them from a friend, a band video. They play on Real Player, or other media players
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OK, can anyone recommend a file joiner that automatically finds the other parts of a movie/video after the initial "001" file?

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