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Detected but can't be open...

I have a MuVo v200 256 MB. I tried to download musics from my computer to the player. The unit can be detected by my computer but when i tried to access it, there will be a display that connect the unit first. and also there's no power even i replaced the battery with a new one. please help me guys.By the way the no power incident happens when i tried to transfer some music to my player.

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Check the lock switch on your drive, try to look for it in your user manual to see where it is located. it could be the reason why the computer cant access your drive.

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