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#28790 11-Dec-2008 16:58
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Help!!!
Can anyone help me figure out what is happening with my MP3 player. When I connect it to my PC via USB, my computer won't recognise it. Tried it with multiple cables, in multples ports and 4 different computers now, but it won't work.  It will turn on, play and record but won't connect to my computer so I can't transfer stuff off it.
Is it the usb port (in the Creative) or something else?
Does anyone know someone who will fix Creatives in Auckland?

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  #186377 28-Dec-2008 16:16
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Have you tried resetting it by poking a paperclip into the little hole?




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