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Cant detect with computer

If i connect my devices(NW-E003Fmp3 player) with computer.The system show errror"USB Devices cant recognized).But inside have some show that will play perfect and FM also ok.
if u found solution for this mean,pls contact through this mail id (rubesh_ece2004@yahoo.co.in)

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  • sombear Nov 23, 2008

    i have the same prolem with you.

  • Anonymous Nov 25, 2008

    Yeah I have the same problom...one minute it's working the next it's not :( and sadly I have all my school files on it...wow this sucks

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Try this:
On the back of the MP3 player. there's a small reset button, pressing it should fix your MP3 well still maintaing all of the same files on it...

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