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I cannot get the device manager to recognize the player

I have downloaded all the drivers but I can't get the device manager to recognize the player not can I get Windows Media Player to connect to my player.

Please any help is apperciated.

Thanks! i've transfered a lot of mp3's tracks but it wont play

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Make sure that the hold.lock is not engaged.

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