I know that I need the correct cable to make the transfer, but I can't find one. The closest thing was a USB on one end, 1/8" on the other - but it's got three rings instead of two on the 1/8" jack. The cable is for an ipod, for syncing and charging. Not sure if that will work. any ideas ???????
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You can't. it's an anti piracy measure built in at the hardware level.
Digital transfers are only possible from the host pc/Mac to the player and not the other way around. but you can transfer the audio signal by connecting the headphone output to the Mac audio input; look into the Minidisc player menu and you can set the headphone socket to "line" which bypasses the volume control circuits for better quality.