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It means the Digital Rights to the song have expired.
From Sony's site:
"This issue may occur if the license for the track you are trying to play has expired on the device. If you currently subscribe to a music subscription service, connect the device and sign into the account to refresh your license to allow for playback. You may need to do this once during each billing period to listen to the subscription music you have transferred. If you are no longer a subscriber to the service where you downloaded the file from, you can delete the song from your portable player to prevent this error from occurring each time you try to play the song back."
1. Check whether the file format of the audio file you are trying to play in the Walkman is supported by the Walkman. You can check the supported file formats in the manual of the Walkman under "Specifications".
2. Check whether the issue occurs with all the audio files. If you are not able to play the file which you were able to play in past, then it must be the issue with the Walkman.
Then you may reset the Walkman to check whether the issue is resolved. Press the RESET button located at the bottom of the Walkman to reset it. You may also try Formatting (USE FORMAT OPTION IN WALKMAN) the Walkman and re-transfer the audio files to the Walkman to check whether the issue is resolved. NOTE: Never format the Walkman in the Computer as it will delete all the Supporting files in the memory of the Walkman.
You may also try transferring the audio files using the supplied Software like Content Transfer, WMP 11 and SonicStage.
u first convert the vedio into mp4 format and place it in the vedio folder of ur ipod if it does not play first convert the original vedio into mpeg format and then convert the mpeg file into mp4 and place it in the vedio folder
Make sure the video is in .wmv format. Sync it with Windows Media Player and it will convert it for you. You can get it into .wmv format by either using Windows Movie Maker and importing the video file and saving it, or google Prism Video converter and download that to convert it. It's fast, easy and efficient, and free.
for the vedios to play in the player u should convert the vedio into mp4 format then the icon is shown in the ipod if the file dos not play u convert the vedio into mpeg format and then convert the mpeg file into mp4 format and place it in the player it would definitely work
I went to www.sony.com and was able to find the solution. If your songs were downloaded from services similar to Napster then you will have to log back into the service to refresh the licenses on the songs. If you no longer are subscribing to the service then you will need to delete the songs from your player. If you need further information you can find it on the Sony website.