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COMPUTER WILL NOT READ MP3 PLAYER

WHEN I CONNECT THE MP3 TO COMPUTER IT CAN NOT READ IT !

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Hi, it sounds like your computer doesn't have the driver for it. Have you updated your Windows Media Player to Number 11. Go to Windows website, download WMP 11 and then plug in your MP3 player and it should find it.

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