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Try using the AC charger for the mp3 player, If It does the same thing, Ur MP3 is defective and u can return it with out the receitp sayin that it was a christmas gift since most eleftronics have a 1 year warranty
If you plug in the mp3 player then goto device manger via the control panel (hardware and sound) it will show up there as an uninstalled item. Righ click on it and select update driver and hopefully vista will search and find the apropiate driver for it.
Alternatively try the manufactures website for vista drivers.
Unfortunately not all hardware products are vista compatable yet :(
Connect your mp3 player to the computer with the USB cable provided.
Install the software provided or use a program to synchronize it [Eg, Windows Media Player]
If WMP does not work and you do not get sofware with it simply, Open My Computer, Look for your mp3player's file "Audiophase-something", Open this folder.
Keep this folder open and open the folder where you music is stored.
If you do not have music on the computer yet, rip music to it using WMP or download some using Ares or Limewire.
Now that you have both windows open, drag the music to the music folder of your mp3player.