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Xp sp2 won't recognize device-MP3 Player

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by bwright232, Feb 13, 2007.

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    I have Windows XP Home sp2, ASUS P5GD2-X MB, Intel Pentium 4. I can't get my system to recognize my MP3 Player. I have tried i-Pod as well as Philips (Specificaly for Windows). I have tried everything I can think of...update Bios, and chipset, remove and re-instal drivers, added a usb 2.0 card (I now have 12 usb ports). I have tried rolling back Media player to 10 since I was told there might be a conflict with 11. When I plug in, my pc recognizes that I have plugged in, but states that it does not recognize the device. I have tried to instal New Hardware, but get "Device cannot start: Code 10" message. I tried to uninstal SP2, with bad results and had to use System restore because of it. I am at my wits end here...all I want to do is plug in an MP3 Player in and have it recognized...any suggestions???
     
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    UPDATE...I got the Philips player to instal as a MTP device, but it only shows up In MY COMPUTER under OTHER. I cannot access it though! When I try and open it, I get a message saying that I do not have permission, even though I am Admin on my PC. My USB still won't recognize the device, nor will Windows Media PLayer OR the Philips Device Manager that came with the player!! Please help! I have been through three different mp3 players in two weeks, and can't find any answers!
     
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