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Mp3 player won't sync with media player on vista

When i plug it in my media player does not recognixe it or it will not sync with it

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    it will not even set up a sync partnership



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Do you have Windows Media Player 11? When you plug your device in and hit sync you should be prompted automatically, to name your device.

Also try:
Plug in the device, press the POWER BUTTON go to MY COMPUTER and double ckick on the Setup.exe icon.
This will install the MP3 Player's software onto the connected computer. At least that's what the manual says.
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