Question about Sony NW-E002 MP3 Player
Hey I don't know if this is in the right place...i don't think it is...but hopefully someone can help me.
I borrowed my sisters Sony NWE002 player while she was away for a couple days. I tried adding some of my songs using Sonic Stage but it said that there was no more free space, so i thought that I would delete some of her old tracks.
Stupidly instead of deleting them using the Sonic Stage program, I went to "My computer" , "Removable Disk E" and then deleated ALL the folders that were in there. As soon as I did it I really realized my mistake. I tried to restore it, but the files was not in the recycle bin.
Now the Sonic Player says that "device/media not connected" when I try to transger and the player say "no database"
HELP PLEASE..hopefully i didnt screw it up permanatly because my sis may actually kill me.
any help ASAP would be muuuuuuch appreciated.
You could try doing what you did on "My Computer but right clicking on "Removable Disk E" and clicking format which will format it and may bring the connecting devices back.
However try using Windows Media Player 10 or 11 to put music on again, because media player may find your device.
Good luck. Hope my solution was helpful.
Posted on Oct 26, 2007
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