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HI, Go to Sony Support and check downloads area where you can get driver and SonicStage for your MZ-N510 Sony walkman to upload songs on disc. You can download user manual too by clicking User Manual Tab on same page.
try your media player, when you connect it to your computer via usb cord, a window should pop up and ask what you want to do, open with media player, or manually open media player, and press f5, and see if it recognizes the mp3 player, and if so, your set
try to open the device so right click on start, on your desktop, and click explore, and at the find your device on the left, and look through the files, and find what is taking up your memory, and delete it
Unfortunately, there is no way to transfer music from a sony mini-disc player to a computer other than playing it through your sound card and recording it. Sony specifically disabled this ability to dissuade consumers from transferring music from one person to another, and this is one of the reasons that Mini Disc Players did not take off.
1.hi there...roger andre speaking.it may be a long shot. if you can obtain some music software ie pro audio logic,and if you have the time and patience,you will be able to play the tracks from your headphone/lineout socket and into the software as a high quality sample and add markers and even up the quality somewhat.
2.an even easier way would be to get your self a GOOD mp3 player,meaning it has a line in socket for analogue to digital mp3 conversion.then all you have to do is obtain a mini jack to mini jack conector(headphone size)
and go from the minidisk output,to the mp3 players line in and record.hey presto your mini disk tracks will now be stored as mp3 files ready to be read by almost any computer...i m sure you know the rest...hope this is of some use,good luck roger