Question about Philips SA2315 MP3 Player
That is a common problem these days, and one of the difficulties about owning a new OS. Manufacturers will need to provide their products' users with drivers that will support Vista when they are not cross compatible. I would contact your item and see if they are working on a resolution. YOU may be able to use similar products, different manuf drivers to get yours recognized. Do a GOOGLE for your product and see if there are any others out there that have found drivers for your player. IT is possible to set a computer up dual-boot OS's, Windows XP and Vista CAN coexist. Hope this helps!
Posted on Nov 05, 2007
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