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Mp3 file transfer

I am trying to transfer mp3 files from my Vista computer to my XP computer but my XP will not won't recognize the files to transfer. can I download drivers to aid in my transfer?

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When you plug an mp3 into a Vista computer, it formats the player in a specific way - you will have to reformat the mp3 player on the new computer, which will end up erasing all of your songs - so, no, there is not exactly a way to do what you are trying to do - sorry

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