Help with non-mac mp3 player...


macrumors 6502
Original poster
I thought that I would be frugal and buy my daughter a product called mymp3 (by digital research technologies). I later found that DR-tech does not support a driver for any mac os (much less jaguar!). It seems to me that I could drop mp3 files onto it in my desktop if only my iMac (400 dv 320mb ram OSX 10.2) would recognize the USB connection. Any ideas as to whether I can actually make this thingy work, or do I need to get rid of it and buy the iPod I should have gotten in the first place? Thanx for your highly regarded advice, in advance...


macrumors 6502a
Dec 15, 2001
If there's no driver, then it's just not going to work. I just got a iPod, and I love it! Just make sure you get a good case with it, as it's pretty easy to scratch.


macrumors 68040
Dec 29, 2001
For items like this, you will need Connectix Virtual PC. It emulates a PC operating system. So you can then control your mp3 player. for more info