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danielle peter Posted on May 28, 2006

When I plug my Lyra into the pc, neither the mp3 player or computer accept it....

After hours of downloading and converting I go to plug in my mp3 player and move the songs onto it and the lyra doesnt say usb connecting and the computer doesnt come up with the removable drives. I dont know what to do, I've tried the manual and windows help, neither had a solution. Please help. danielle

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The problem could be a HOST of things depending on your Computer, Operating System, etc. You must call in or take your computer to an expert for this one, I'm afraid.

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