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Transfered Music to Flashdrive but can not load to another PC/IPO

Once music was transferred to the jumpdrive I tried to load it to a different PC but got the message that the device was not recognized. I had erased my music from my ipod because I wanted to reload. Now I am in a real fix! Any help you can provide would be appreciated.

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That happens to me on occasion. Have you tried putting the jump drive into a different PC? Try reconnecting it and being patient. Waiting up to five minutes sometimes helps.

If you're going through a USB hub of any kind (like a port on a keyboard or monitor) then bypass it. Try connecting directly to the machine.

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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