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Disconnecting my player...

How do i eject my player from the PC safely...

I mean, like in USBs, you have to eject it first and everything...

I can't find the button that will disconnect my player...

or if there's none, do i just pull it out of its plug?

please help me!



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There should be a green arrow on your bottom task bar click on that
and then click on the usb device and click stop

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