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This is the installer that came with the Andus Resound I bought and then lost the installation CD for -- until now. Not being able to find it made me feel more compassionate I guess, so here it is. I zipped all 5 mb of the cd into this archive. It contains an installer for the driver, and a proprietary file manager, which I don't use and didn't install. You can just use Win Explorer after you install the driver. This may well work for the 128 mb model as well, and for any mp3 player that incorporates the STMP3410 chip. (Hint: if you plug it in and it looks for the STMP3410 driver, there you go.) The documentation was probably botched in their conversion to English, and won't display on my computer.
dinobry (DG Member) on 5/5/2005
andus64.zip (3.4 MB)
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