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At device manager I receive this message. Windows cannot start this hardware device because its configuration information (in the registry) is incomplete or damaged. (Code 19) I have updated driver and it says "The best driver software for your device alresdy installed" So is the pronlem on my pc or my mp3 player. Thank You.

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If you have windows 98/nt or xp (vista will detect the device) uninstall the device software from the pc
(control panal /add remove program) and /or from registry (start/run/type regedit/look for hkey current userr/software/sonyxxx). reboot now reinstall the sony software. you should now be connected and see all the files on the mp3

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