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Music from Windows player o mp3

When i put my mp3 in the USB port its says the software has been installed, but when i go to Media player, and go to Sync and it said to connect devices

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  • ocheesefart Feb 07, 2009

    i plug it in the computer it says installed i got to media player and it says looking for devices and it wont show up

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Try to click the little arrow under "sync" and choose refresh devices. Give that a try, does it show up in My Computer?

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