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My mp3 player wont register on the computer. The computer recognises that it is there but doesn't let me scyncronize it with windows media player. How do I fix this?

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To fix this, you need to update your computer settings first. Most of the time this problem has to do with how up to date your computer is, so it can maintain system performance with your MP3 player. If thats not the case, try looking for the certain software required for your MP3 before plugging it in to your computer.

Don't panic!

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Posted on Mar 25, 2008

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