Question about Sony Walkman NWZ-E344 Digital Media Player
I plug it into my wall charger and it charges and screen turns on is alive and normal, off the charger its fine and normal, but when I plug into my pc it just acts dead, I still get the chime when I plug it in and out, but no sign of it anywhere on my pc, not in device manager or my computer or anything.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm pretty sure I fixed a similar problem. Go to your device manager on your PC and uninstall the walkman driver. After this is complete just plug the walkman back into you Pc and the plug and play will download the driver again. This worked for me. My operating system is Windows vista.
Posted on May 29, 2009
I had the same problem. I had not had any problems for months and suddenly it wouldn't connect. I got on live chat w/ Sony (3 times) and finally got someone who seemed to know what they were doing. I have a Sony computer and they had to send me a link for a USB "patch". After downloading it, it fixed it.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
Hi there Plug your mp3 into the computer through the usb cord. A window will appera in less then a minute (a fast computer it will be seconds) a window will appear asking you what you want to do with this'device"..Close that window (x). Click the "start" button on the screen (in one of the screens corners), a menu will drop down, click on "my computer". This will open up a window. In this window you will see numerous "discs" listed (for example, the harddrive is usually disc (c)...)I had a mp3 player that was under disc letter (f) and I've had a mp3 player that was under disc (e), I don't know why, but you need to open any "discs" you have. one by one (skipping disc (c) the harddrive usually). Once you open a disc you are looking for a folder (it could have the name of your mp3 on it, or it could be just some wild numbers, sometimes it's actually marked "music"). Just open any folders till you see the music, pictures or video's you are looking for, then you'll have found the folder to your mp3, now you can copy the song you want (or mp4 jpeg etc) and paste it in this folder and it will appear in your mp3.Ofcourse if you wanted to delete some doubles you can view and delete these now too.Let me know how it went, , if you have anymore questions just ask me and I'll do my best...Don't forget to rate, thank you!
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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