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Windows vista does not acknowledge Opal M4002a

I have my mp3 player plugged into USB port but my media player and vista are not acknowledging anything is plugged in

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If the player is not recognize try to connect the mp3 player ona different usb port and check if it will be detected if still not detected better connect this mp3 player to another pc and check if it will be detected on that second pc if not detected there's a possibilty that the mp3 usb functions is not working fine.

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