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I am having trouble connecting my SP 104 WM to the

I am having trouble connecting my SP104WM to the computer. The cable runs from ? to ?. I have been connecting the USB 2.0 on frame to the USB port on the computer and frame says ''CONNECTING TO PC'' but nothing happens.

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