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I am unable to connect MP3 player to laptop - when I go into windows explorer the device is not recognised on any of the drives. I have tried several ports and other devices appear to work but not this.

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Some mp3 players have different usb modes. try going into the options and looking for usb modes and choose a different one. thats all i know

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