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Usb malfunction trying to start transferring music. when i plug the coby mp3 610-4g into the usb port it causes an error that says usb device has malfunctioned and window does not recognize it. Do I need a driver for this device? and if so where do i download one.

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    My Coby mp-610 does not regognize the application that came with it

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I can help you with you Coby 610 mp3 player.

What is happening is that your Coby isn't communicating properly with the computer. You don't need a driver, you just need to repair the Coby's system software.

Replacing the firmware in your mp3 player should have it working like new again.

Please try these steps to fix your Coby MP-610 MP3 Player.

I hope that helps.
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Posted on May 08, 2010

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