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Win Virtual Driver

After Installing the driver to my PC, I was asked to install driver. I put the installation disk for it to search. "Win virtual Driver not found" appears.
Do my driver needs to be upgraded ? Was WEwa 2000 MP3 too old for Windows XP ?


Please advise ?


My email address is ; stkkchan@gmail.com


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You need to manually install the driver from the installation cd. This is the only sution to the problem.

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