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I used to just plug in my old mp3 to the usb port to download now it doesn't read it

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  • ricoderick Jul 06, 2008


    1. no power




  • debana Jul 06, 2008

    no it's not about power its just not showing in my "E" drive as removable disc found or anything like it used to and I did try a different port.

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Try a different port

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