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It will not put the disc that came with it on my computer and i have windows vista.

My computer is a Windows Vista and for some reason it is saying that i need to upgrade to Windows XP but i have a Vista so please help me.

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I just got one, and the different info that came with it says that it won't work with Windows Vista. I am sure it can, but you have to figure out how.

If I was you I wouldn't worry about using the disc. There are many options out there for getting music off of the interenet and putting it on there that are probably better anyways.

Posted on Jul 07, 2008

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