Question about Sony Walkman Video MP3 Player
I'm deleting all my music to free space. I have 6 files left to delete and windows Vista won't let me. It keeps saying that the items are write protected. Then, I enter the file delete the songs individually, I turn on the player, and the songs are still there! WTF?!!! Can anyone tell me a way to remove the write protection with out costing me $30 for an application? It's annoying.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have had the same problem with a few files I transfered form my desktop.
The only way to remove the files was to backup what I wanted to save, and then format the memory.
from the HOME screen, goto settings, scroll down to format, chooses YES and YES and format will wipe out those write-protected files and folders.
Then reload player with the goods...
Curt ]: )
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
SOURCE: can't play mp4 files
The mp4 files must be maximum 320x240 resolution, any larger and it will tell you that the file is not supported. If the mp4 is created with any profile other than "AVC Baseline" it will tell you the file is corrupted. It also won't do DRM, but I can't remember what, if any, DRM systems typically get used on mp4 files.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
I got the same message when I created .mp4 files using the AVC profile "Main" in my video software.
When I changed to "Baseline" then the problem went away. Of course, it also had to follow all the more obvious restrictions for this device: max resolution 320x240, max 30fps, max bitrate (of 512kbbs? or is it 768?) and AAC audio.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
attach the supplied cable directly to the computer's USB port (don't use any other extension cord simultaneously). If that doesn't work, check if you've some problems with your USB driver.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
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