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PC won't recognise player

When I plug in my new Sansa player, the PC won't recognise the hardware at all. I tried changing the battery, trying a different lead etc., but still no go.

Help anyone? Am I doing something wrong, or is the player faulty?

i have a problem with my MSI MegaStick 256 mp3 player in which it is not recognized by the computer when i connect it to the computer. i have downloaded the firmware of it from MSI site and followed the steps mentioned on how you could update the firmware , but while it is being updated a message says that the device has been disconnected , although the mp3 is still connected and i didn't remove it. please help me if you know how could i fix this problem i would really appreciate it.

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