Lite-On ENAU108 CD Burner IT does not recognize the USB key

Windows Media Player does not recognize the USB drive letter

Although the Windows Device Manager recognizes it.

I want to add drive from the device to WMP

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Hello

1. have you made any hardware changes or software on the computer before this problem?

2 - is the USB key in Windows Explorer?

3. you try to transfer music files from the USB key?

4. what version of Windows Media Player do you use?

If you use Windows Media Player 11 & try to add media files in Windows Media Player, you can follow these steps.

a. open the Windows Media Player, click on organize > manage libraries > music.

b. click Add and navigate to the location where the file is stored in the Windows Explorer.


Reference:
Add items to the Windows Media Player library

Hope the helps of information.
Please post back and we do know.

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