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RCA Lyra 1076 software for Vista?

I need software to download songs from computer to MP3 player in Vista. I know that Musicmatch jukebox does not work on Vista. It worked on my old computer with XP. Is there some other software I can download that will allow me to transfer music from my computer to my RCA Lyra RD1076A MP3 player?

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  • Potter4 Jan 24, 2008

    I found the answer to my question at another website. Windows Vista Home edition has Windows Media Player on it. Using Windows Media Player, I can download my music from my computer to my RCA Lyra RD1076A MP3 player. In Windows Media Player. I use the "Sync" button to do this.



    -Potter4

  • Anonymous Dec 08, 2008

    i just need the software for my
    RCA Lyra 1076

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U dont want any software. to transfer music to RCa lyra. i have one. just copy amd paste to the memory card of RCA lyra. if detected.....

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To answer your question of what you need to download and make the songs play:

This player is meant to play mp3 and Windows Media files
To do so, you need the use of a Windows computer with USB port , connection cable (included) and a music management software (MusicMatch Jukebox." Go to the following webpage and download a user manual for your player...it will give you all the information you need.
Note: the 1022 is the same as the RD1076
http://data.manualslib.com/pdf/14/1393/139210-rca/rd1022.pdf?e5480748d51c8c05ea554d37fbbde9b6
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