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When i plug it into the computer there is a message that say that windows needs to install driver software for unknown device. and second problem is that it will only switch on when it is pluged into a computer, making it imposible to carry around

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The second problem is that your battery is dead and you need to replace it.

the first problem is that you need to go to the manufacture

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