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Acer MP330 disk mounting problem

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I have an Acer mp330 20Gb mp3 player/hard drive
When i start the device and select the music feature it always displays something in Japanese...so after selecting English as the display language and selecting music; again im shown...Please wait disc mounting...
I am now tearing out the last remaining strands of hair that remain on my head...i have tried everything i can think of... My OS (Windows XP Pro) will not recognise the device in the My Computer feature but will under device manager
Can this problem be resolved short of throwing it in the bin????

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  • Finmows Mar 01, 2008

    I tried the solution provided by IB4G2998 without any success
    Thank you for your input
    Does anyone else have a suggestion???

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Well..if you can leave a few hair strands handy..

you can see it on device manager, no?

then in my computer, you need to add a drive, and voila, you may be in good luck..

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