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Connect player does not recognise my player

Right, where do I start, I bought the player, installed connect and the first time it was seen on connect player as its make (nw a3000) all was fine. then I stupidly changed the name of it to (dave's mp3 player) I deleted a lot of songs from the player, the program went a bit funny and then (here is the main thing I think I done wrong) I removed the daves mp3 player from the top left hand box and now the program will not see it again. the computer now sees it as removable disc H and I need to link the player to connect again. tried device manager, network settings but just cant seem to find where to link the player with connect. any help would be much appreciated. I am usually spot on with computers but this one has me stumped.

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First, uninstall the SONY software. Next, power down. Then restart and run "Disk Cleanup", "Error check" and "defrag". Next power down. Then restart and install Sony-ware. Then power down. Then restart and connect SONY. Any change? If not, then run "System restore" and select a restore point prior to Sony-ware.

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