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Hi. My 1gb mp3 player was working fine until today. Windows media player says that the drivers are ot of date. Any ideas where to get the new ones.

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You could try Ebay.They have items in good condition. You could also try to type your drive in Google.They'll have sites,stores and suggestions.

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