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Player is not recognized

My player isnt recognized when i lpug it it. the new harware wizard just keeps coming up again and again

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You need to have Windows XP / Service Pack 2 and Windows Media Player version 10 or higher in order for the device to be recognized.

If you have these already, try using a different USB Port, preferably in the back of the PC.





Best of Luck.

Posted on Nov 14, 2007

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