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MuVo2 FM 5 GB MP3 Player

Tried your solution no go......the computer not picking up the MuVo telling me to connect. Any other solutions. Thanks,

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Before Anything Can you just narrate me what you did step by step and the observations?
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You may repeat the step twice or thrice to format. Once you format system will detect it.


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