Question about Delstar DS-802 Digital Media Player
You will not need drivers if you are using Windows XP. Plug the unit in and turn it on and Windows will recognize it as another "drive". You can then drag and drop the mp3 files from your computer into this new "drive". Disconnect from the computer and voila - you should be able to listen to them :)
Posted on Feb 29, 2008
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