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I received a memorex 1gb digital music player as a gift and the disc to download the disc is not compatable with my dell vista........only micorsoft windows xp.mac os x........My ? is do u have a disc that is compatable with vista? Please let me know...... JoAnn

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  • thetrib1 Jul 09, 2008

    The player took the charge on my computer but the disc to download is not compatable with Vista...to download the music to the player.

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Vista will do plug n play on a surprising number of usb devices, have you tried just plugging it and seeing if the device is recognized,

Posted on Jul 06, 2008

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    AlmostBob Jul 10, 2008

    Vista is able to see many USB devices as disk drives, making entirely unnecessary proprietary software from the device manufacturer required for earlier operating systems, the disc to download may be irelevant. TRY the player. if it is recognized it can be copied to, as any other drive

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