When i plug my sony nw-e003f 1gb mp3 player into my usb 2.0 port on my laptop it pops up with that this device can go faster message. It used to transfer fine with no message no its slow and diconnects all the time.
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Try to refresh the system, also try to use a different port. If it wont work try to reset the MP3 player but please be reminded that doing this will delete all the files on your MP3 player.
How do I Put Music on an NW-E003F Sony MP3 Player?
The Sony Walkman E003F is a small portable device resembling a flash drive. This Walkman has 1 GB of storage which accommodates about 685 songs. When the battery is at capacity, the Walkman can play back up to 28 hours of audio. The small player has a built-in USB connector to make downloading convenient. If you want to add songs to your MP3 player, you must use Windows Explorer to download MP3-, AAC- and WMA-formatted audio to the device.
Remove the USB cap on the player to reveal the USB plug.
Insert the USB plug on the player into the computer's USB port.
Select "My Computer" from the desktop "Start" menu.
Double-click on the "WALKMAN" drive folder to open it.
Double-click to open the "MUSIC" folder.
Drag the audio file from the save location on the computer and drop it in the "MUSIC" folder. The songs will load and play in the order that they are dropped into the folder.
Probably not. If it has been in water for more than three minutes, and it doesn't work afterwards, you may have any number of failures inside of your mp3 player. Repair will cost more than a replacement.