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Computer dose not recognise my player

When i plug my inovix mp3 player to computer it dose not show the divice to add the music.
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Have you tried going onto 'My Computer'? Or if Vista 'Computer'?

If you cannot see it on there, then right-click on 'Computer', then go to properties. If it's XP then click on the tabs until you find 'Device Manager' if your using Vista you should find Device Manager on the left hand upper side corner. Make sure you device is plugged in, and if it's not installed properly. You may see the device on there with a yellow warning like '!'. If you do, then right-click and you should find it say install. Click on there, and it should install it so then you can use it.

Hope that helps?

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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