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No Database My Sony MP3 walkman has music downloaded but it reads No Database when I try to play it. However, it does work when I put it into my USB port in my car stereo and it seems to read on my laptop. Help me please!

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You probably accidentally deleted or modified your OMGAUDIO folder on the walkman. I installed the JSymphony program to manage my music, and it automatically fixed the problem.

If you don't want to install JSymphony, the guy who wrote JSymphony wrote an older program which I used to use, NW-E00X_MP3_File_Manager. This comes with an original OMGAUDIO folder, which you can use to replace your own. This should fix any problems (but make a backup of all your audio files on the walkman first, as they may get overwritten in the process).

Hope this helps.

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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