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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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Re: help

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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Re: help

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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