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INCOMPATIBILITY WITH WINDOWS VISTA?

HI, I'M JESSICA FROM ITALY.

I THINK THE PROBLEM IS MY MP3 PLAYER, THAT WORKED WITH WINDOWS 98/2000, IS TOO HOLD FOR WINDOWS VISTA, ANYWAY I WONDER IF YOU CAN HELP ME.

I TRIED TO INSTALL MP MAN "MP-F35T3" DRIVER, BUT PC ANSWER WAS "CAN'T FIND MP3 PLAYER", ALTHOUGH THE PLAYER WAS CONNECTED WITH USB CABLE (THAT'S WHAT ALSO MP3 PLAYER VISUALIZED).

DO I HAVE TO BUY A NEW MP3PLAYER.. OR IS THERE ANY POSSIBILITY OF MAKE IT WORK AGAIN, MAYBE WITH AN MORE RECENT DRIVER?

THANK YOU FOR ATTENTION

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  • Anonymous Sep 13, 2008

    i also have the same problem will not work with vista what do i do

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This player works only with Windows XP/SP1 or below. Here is an exact quote from the company:
If you have WindowsXP SP2, we recommend that you go back to Windows XP SP1 before Microsoft solves the problem.

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