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First, ensure that the USB cable is properly plugged into the phone and the computer, and ensuring the USB cable is not defective. NOTE. The phone must be plugged into the computer after it has powered up and all systems running. If your system still do not recognise the phone, you may have to download the phones' software from the internet.
There is a program called bitpim if you have an old phone with the contacts and a usb cable or your friend has a usb cable, you just plug your friends phone into bitpim load the contacts to the program and plug your phone into the computer and download it doesnt effect either phones and everything stays the same. hope this helps
These phones take a "memory stick" flash memory card. Get one, 1gig or 2gig and put it in the phone. THIS memory will be visible to the computer when you plug in the USB. These phones do not expose much of their internal memory, even though you see a device mounted. The phone and the memory stick show up as two separate devices.
You use the phones internal software to move music or pictures to and from the phones memory to and from the memory stick which will have a parallel directory structure.
This may not be any help, but I had the same problem with my MP3 player and it was the cable that was buggered. I bought a new one & all is good again. The old cable can still be used for charging, but not for data transfer. Don't know why.
Try checking the usb cable. Some usb cables aren't made so you can charge your phone. Believe it or not but usually the cheaper cables are the ones that work for charging my motorola razr v3 phone. If that doesn't work, check to see if you didn't mess up the interface when you plugged into the phone.