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Lost usb connection cord any suggestions??

Lost usb cord in a move. replacement?? I know it is not worth much but it has some songs I would like to download to my computer. thanks bill

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I bought a new usb connector in The Reject shop for $2. MP3 back up and running!

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Or buy a replacement. Newegg or Amazon both will have them for less then 5 bucks. You can find them at most electronic stores, them just might costa little more.
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if you know what kind of connector the player has you can just buy the cable. Most likely mini usb. If you can't tell for yourself you may want to contact craig and once you know the proper connection you can purchase the appropriate cable.
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Your other option, if you have any extra USB cables laying around or even have other USB devices that you can swap from, is to pick up a USB adapter kit. Again this is available at any Walmart and should work just fine.

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