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Download driver with VISTA

My driver disk will not download onto my computer with VISTA When I connect my mp3 to the USB I get a message telling me my mass storage device is not compatible to version of Windows. It worked before and now I am unable to do anything. The screen on my mp3 just says starting... I'm getting very frustrated and I need help.

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I just made a tape of drives in my usb cord -rae

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