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Windows media player wont read either ipod nor mp3 why is this?

Well when i click to sync i allready have my ipod or mp3 ready my computer reads it and everything but when i go to sync it it doesnt let me, it asks to plug in a device to star sync why does this happen? plz help how can i fix this?

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If its not letting you sync then the computer is not seeing the device... you may have to restart your computer or just uninstall and reinstall the device... hope that helps =)

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PLZ!!! i rele need help!!! ='(


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