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My Walkman doesn't connect properly with my computer (or with any other computer, if that matter). I normally connect it with the UDB cable given with the product, and initially it worked, I even loaded some songs, deleted them, it worked fine. Then one day it didn't connect anymore. I can't find it in File Manager, I tried anything I know, but can't get a hold of this problem. what should I do?

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2. Use the supplied USB cable to connect the Walkman to the Computer.
3. Disconnect all other USB devices if you have connected to avoid conflict.
4.Connect the Walkman to the other USB ports on the Computer.
5.Check whether the USB Driver is installed in the Computer or if it is corrupted.
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2. Disconnect all other USB devices if you have connected to avoid conflict.
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