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Help i've JNC 512MB mp3 player when i try to download from PC it says the usb hub power exceed. can you guys help me with it by giving me directions.

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Are you using a laptop? If so your main ports in the back or the highest powered ones, try another one maybe in the side, by itself, you should have a lower speed one

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The player is drawing too much power from the USB port. You should try plugging it into another USB port, preferably one where there are no other devices drawing power.

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