Unable to copy files to my Sansa Clip +.

I can't access my sansa clip + 4 GB when I connect it with usb, I formatt, I reset it, I have tried MTP and MSC mode but it still the same, a message from windows xp, which does not recognize my camera

i ' v uninstalled the USB device and then when I plugged it back, it works!

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