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Wont connect to pc

When I plug it into my PC Windsows xp it flashes RCA and gets to USB connected and then powers off. I can play with it to get it to charge but I can't get it to connect.

This problem just started and I haven't changed anything on my PC.

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Try a new/different USB cable. My Lyra was a painful thing with cables. Also, make sure the plug and receptacle are clean. Improper connection can do this.

Also, you should have gotten a driver CD for the player. It contains the correct drivers for the lyra, and will help Windows XP use the correct USB drivers.

Try those and see what happens. It may just be corrupted USB drivers.

Hope it helps bud!

Posted on Sep 21, 2008

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