Question about Sony NWZB133F MP3 Player
Mp3 was recognising when connected to vista operating systems. nw i changed my operating system windows XP SP2 its not recognising and i cant transfer songs to my sony mp3 player(NWZ-B133F) Please solve my problem not recognizing in the system
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The windows XP operating system has several versions. Computers with the default windows XP operation system only requires updates to the versions of SP 1 or SP2 that are improved versions over the default to achieve experinces. The windows XP operating system version SP1 and SP2 are installable with the first default version beign present on the computer. Also, computers that are least windows XP compartible are incapble of crossovers to SP1 or SP2. Windows XP default on the computer makes possible system conversions however. Windows XP operating systems computers allows to acquire from software retails to replace malfunctions. Ascertain the computers compartibilities and with the version of the default system as referece to acquire the most appropaite operating system at retail.
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