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Kam BDX900 USB - Belt drive usb turntable

I have a kam BDX900 USB. It is a belt drave usb turntable, but i have no idea how to install it!! Can you please help me!?!?!?!?!?!?

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  • Anonymous Oct 02, 2008

    Got it working OK via audio leads but with USB connection I get signal into PC but can't hear it!

  • matthijsch Nov 05, 2008

    I think I need a driver for my system, as it doesn't seem to recognize my turntable. What can I do?

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BENIMUR


Hi,

My apologies for the delay in responding. If it were not for another member of the community smartsolve calling my attention, I would have failed seeing this post of yours entirely.

To your concern, a couple of ideas:
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  • if you have determined that it is indeed the jetflash that is the concern, pls go to the JetFlash site or specifically to their Download Center, enter the exact model number of your flashdrive. Look for Utilities, Recovery and firmware applicable to your unit.
  • if it is the PC's USB ports that is the issue, pls try to rollback the USB drivers or update the drivers using the manufacturer's drivers instead of the Microsoft installed ones.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

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