Question about Sony Network Walkman NW-A3000 MP3 Player

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Error code 82040008

Have been using it okay for 3 months and recently wanted to transfer some more albums when it failed to do so. The following happens each time I connect it now: error code 82040008 The portable device NW-A3000 failed to initialized and can not be used. Any idea how to fix this? I had 141 albums on it so had plenty of space left and the thought of transferring them all again is annoying but I can't get past this error code. Luckily I have taken out insurance on it - but will this happen to the next one?

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After 2 years and 4500 tracks I'm throwing this heap of junk in the bin and getting a real mp3 player an Ipod!!!!!

Posted on Apr 29, 2008

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NW-A3000 error code 82040008: hey, i had the same problem with my NW-A3000. i had just loaded up a load of new songs onto the softwear but when it came to connecting my device, it said i couldnt and told me that i had this error code 82040008. no one seems to know what it means and im at a loss aswell. but i found if i just re-set my device (i'd lost all of my music anyway) then connected it up again it was fine and not only that it re-loaded on all the music id lost in the first place. not sure if this will be a help but its worth a try?

Posted on Mar 15, 2007

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Ive searched but can't find anything on your error code. It seems Sony made a real lemon with this unit and made many thousands of people very unhappy. Most of the trouble seems to originate with the lousy software. The latest downloads can be found at http://www.sonydigital-link.com/DNA/WM/NWH/NWH.asp?l=en Personally if I owned it and had the chance I'd be going for a more reliable unit. Check out this site for unhappy customers. http://www.kanai.net/weblog/archive/2006/01/24/08h35m18s BMW

Posted on Jul 24, 2006

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