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Nextar MA 166 MP3 Won't Charge

Plugged in my MP3 to the USB port. Light was solid red (was supposed to flash if charging). I pushed the on button. Computer said something about driver problem your device/software may not work properly. Now when I turn on the MP3 while connected to charge MP3, the light is solid for about a minute, flashes a couple of times and shuts down. Any solution. I'm new at this stuff. Thanks

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You have to install the software for the mp3 player BEFORE connecting the mp3 player to the computer, or else Windows XP will override the native drivers. That particular Nextar is not compatible with Windows Vista, so you may have a problem if you have a newer computer.

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Posted on Feb 15, 2009

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