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PC does not recognise MP3 player

I have had my PC rebuilt after a crash. I'm running XP Home, and I can't get yhe PC to recognise my MP3 player. When I connect it I get a message that the device has malfunctioned. I purchased the unit second-hand from an auction site, and it was not supplied with a software disk. Is there a way of purchasing/downloading replacement software?

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  • David Oct 13, 2008

    Problem solved! All that was necessary was to download Windows Media Player 11. The PC recognised the MP3 player immediately.

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Download Windows Media Player 11 - that's excellent!

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