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Plug-in problem when i plug in the coby mp3 player (mp705-4g) in doesn't show up on my computer

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Ok First  i have the same mp3 player and on my xp computer it did the same thing. Thats because its opening as a portable device which i dont think xp has the driver for that so im going to tell you how to fix it.
 First, Go Open your MP3
2) Then go to Setup 
3) then click on system
4) Then go to usb mode
5) Choose MSC mode there will be 2 choices MSC and Auto
6 plug it in and there you go

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