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I cannot sync more than three songs at a time on my toshiba gigabeat without it saying USB Error [#-203]

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    No Driver conflicts for me and it is giving exactly the same error when syncing

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Make sure the hold or lock switch is not engaged - try resyncing

if still no, then go to Start --> Control Panel --> System --> Hardware --> Device Manager --> USB Controllers - look for a yellow exclamation, and right click it, update driver

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