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MP3 players can only play music files in mp3 file format.
You need to convert your CDs to mp3 music files onto yourcomputer or download them from the Internet and then copy them to your MP3player. You can do this using Windows Media player and Rip the CDs - Media Player willcreate a MP3 music file for each music track. Click on this link for instruction on converting music files to mp3 file format:-
if your device accepts videos, you have to make sure they are in the proper format for your player. Mp3 devices usually accept videos in .wma, .avi, etc..
you need to know what format(s) it will accept and then convert them. I recommend using media convert ( http//media-convert.com ). its online and free, so no software/viruses. upload your file, wait for the conversion, and download your file. I use it all the time for my iPod!
Best of luck!
ok im sorry if this next part is ignorant of me but im just trying to eliminate all the posobilitys here, If you just copyed the music straight from the cd to the mp3 player it wont work, you have to convert the cd to mp3 format and then copy it to the mp3 player, second if you did do that make sure you put it in the devices music folder and not just to the root directory of the device you can use windows media player to do all this for you with no problems just open up windows media player and insert your cd, click on the rip tab and copy the music, after its done there will be a library tab open that and then connect your device, once its recognized by windows media player then from your library select the songs you just copyed and drag them to the sync bar on the right hand side of the screen once thats done then click on the sync button and there you go windows will handle the rest
if it doesn't sync, don't worry just open the folder where the music files are stored on your computer, connect your Sony Walkman to your computer and highlight the music files you want to add to the Walkman and select (copy these files) a windows will open for you to select the place you want to copy to, select your mp3 player and click on copy to copy the selected music to your Walkman
NOTE: if you Sony Walkman has a specific folder for music files, you need to move the songs you copied from your hard drive's music folder to the music folder on your mp3 player for the player to recognize the songs in order to play.
First you need to plug it in to the USB port, if you are running anything newer than windows 98 you won't need a driver. Double click on my computer and it shows up as a removable disc(usually drive letter f:), double click this drive to open it as folder. This folder will show you all directory's and files on your player, here you can delete any songs on your player by finding the file and deleteing it. From here you can also put your music onto the player by copying and pasting your music files from your hard drive. If you are not sure where your music is located you can run a search by clicking START>SEARCH>FOR FILES OR FOLDERS (if you are running XP click pictures music or video, check music then click search, each file will have it's location in small print below it's name, or you can right click each song and hit copy, then go back to f: drive and right click and hit paste, you can copy more than one). Hope this helps.
I would suggest formatting the unit and trying again, but this time do not sync it with media player.
Plug it into your USB and got "My Computer", the player will show up as a removable disc usually drive f:, right click on the drive and hit format, quick format shoudl work. Once formated double click the removable disc drive, and then click and drag or copy and paste your music into this drive and see what happens.
That player should support WMA files, but just to let you know, if you convert those files to MP3 it will take about half the space and therefot you can store more music at once.
Hope this helps and good luck