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Ripping from my c drive to my mp3 player

I have the 2 gig mp3 player and when i plug it in to tower message appears saying that the device is not responding. how to remedy ?
I also have ripped some songs already to be transfered. And yes the player is on when in the tower. How do I make this transfer ? My e mail address is djp762002@yahoo.com Please help

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Go to my computer> properties>hardware > device manager >last one universal bus driver click on it>go to driver and update it
choose only second option when asked

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