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My nokia 5310 Xpressmusic is no longer recognised by my computer

It was ecognised for the first few days of using, now the computer says it recognises new hardware, but refuses to recognise it is connected. However, all other computers do recognise it.

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Uninstall all of the Nokia-related software on the affected computer, reinstall it, and THEN plug it back into your computer.

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