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MP3 Compatibility


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garystan

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 Hi everybody ;

                          I hope I'm in the right Forum.

                          I've been trying to find a compatible portable mp3 player for Windows7.  I've done an indepth research into this.  Most of the players work ONLY on earlier versions of Windows.  Example ; Scandisk mp3 players do work with Windows.  Windows XP.   Sony SAYS  their players are compatible with more recent versions of Windows.  That what they SAY.   The other question I have is.......is the portable mp3 player technology being phased out for newer  technologies ?

 Thanks,

  garystan 


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zep516

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Hello Garystan,


MP3 players might not be as popular as they were a decade ago, but that doesn't mean they're outdated technology.

Some reading below:


https://www.techrada...e-music-players
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