One of the very first mp3 players, the Rio One Digital Audio Player that came out in 2001 was ahead of its time. With what was a huge amount of memory at the time 32MB of storage and expandable up to 128MB through a SmartMedia card expansion slot. The Rio one only used 1 x AA battery and would give 8 hours of play. In addition to being ahead of its time, it was one of the only non-iTunes mp3 players that was compatible with iTunes. The USB connector is a Type B mini. The cable included to upload songs was Type A USB to type B mini. Below are the drivers that came with the device that have now become obsolete.
No Drivers should be required to operate this device on Windows 10, 8, 7 etc as it should come up as a USB Mass storage device, then you can directly copy MP3 files to the device.