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Broken USB ports

Hi how am I able to transfer files to my mp3 player if all my usb ports are broken and too expensive to fix??

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Can i know in which the ports are broken,,,in your player end or on the mother board...

if its on the player you can..you need to change the player

if its on the mother board avail warranty and get the board replaced or

you can buy the usb attachment alone from the shop that fits into the slot on the mother board ....

or for temporary use you can use your friends system

Posted on May 16, 2008

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