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I have just purchased a new crypton brooklyn mp4 player and my computer does not recognise it.... well it sees that something has been plugged in to the USB but tells me that it has malfunctioned

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There is problem with USB cable...every single one of them...go to the shop  where that device was purchased or their service center, and get the new USB cable.  Or just find and buy a new one (cable). :)

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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