Question about Compaq iPAQ PA-2 MP3 Player
Hi I have a Compaq mp3 player, one that came out around 8-10 years ago (ancient, I know). I have Windows Vista so can I somehow still use it? I think I only used it once or twice ever in life and now its the year 2008 and I have all new PC's and I'm being told it can't run on my OS? Help! There's gotta be something I can do, right?
I have the same situation. Although it would have been a good .mp3 player to give to my daughter, I do not think it worth my (or your) time when they have higher storage and smaller bodies for cheap now days.
If you're hell-bent on making it work on those new OS's then your best shot is downloading RioPort Audio Manager 3.3 (or later) because Windows Media dropped it's driver support after version 7 (it's version 11, now). RioPort is what I used before I got a hold of iTunes.
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
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