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Usb port problem

Why when i connect my usb port computer to mp3, it doesnt recognized on My Computer.when i checked on device manager all usb status works properly...when i i try to connect another mp3 that is not mine, it works and appear on My Computer,appear the Removavel disk that i connect..why is that so? why my mp3 doesnt recognized on My Computer when i connect it please help me.....

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This would indicate to me that your MP3 Player might be bad. Have you tried to connect your MP3 player to another computer to see if it works on that computer?

Good luck.

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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