Question about Cowon System iAUDIO X5 MP3 Player
A friend of mine has bought a Cowon iAudio X5. When he connects it to his home computer, it is correctly recognised as an external (removable) drive. But when he does the same with his dell computer at work, it's not recognised. It does work, however, with every other dell computer at work he has tried it on. Cannot find anything about this problem at the Cowon website. Thanks for your help!
If there's no difference in the operating systems, or other software, a possibility is a faulty USB socket on the computer. Try another USB, or swap workstations... ;] hope it works out
Posted on Mar 22, 2006
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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