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My pc isn't recognixing my mp3

I plug in the usb cord that came with my OPAl mp3 player into my windows xp, which is supposed to be compatible, but the computerr will not recognize the device, but it works with vista, which is also compatible.

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It sounds like you need to install the driver for the mp3 player on that computer.

Posted on May 13, 2009

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