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Mp3 audio driver instalation

I have the disk but it will not start and nothing in manual on it phone number for tech support ...forget it been calling for 3 days please help it is a craig 128mb mp3 audio player

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Re: mp3 audio driver instalation

What is the brand and model number of the mp3 player?
Have you been to the manufacturers website to check for drivers there?
What happens when you right click on the disk in my computer and select open?
Have you tried cleaning the disk? Or are there any visable scratches on it?
You may need to upgrade to 98se as i remember there were some problems with usb modems with 98.

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