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Can't locate my craig 512mb personal MP3 player when I plug it into the port

Your solution mentioned Vista, I have XP, not Vista

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OK, try a clean reinstall of the software as outlined here:
Ignore the "camera" in the solutionand just replce it with your media player.

If that doesn't resolve the issue, the I think it is time to move on from your current player. REPAIRS WOULD COST YOU A LOT MORE THAN A NEW PLAYER..

Posted on Jun 28, 2008

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