Question about Sony Network Walkman NW-A3000 MP3 Player
I was happily downloading music to my mps player (sony NW-A3000) when my computer informed me that is was unable to read the USB device attached to it. I disconnected the walkman to find that the screen was still locked on the Connecting screen, and I am unable to access any other menus. I currently have alot of my music on the player and don't really wany to hit the reset button, which will wipe the device. The only alternative I have is to wait for the batteries to drain and try an upgrade of the firmware from Tin-ter-net. Do you have any alternative suggestions in case my method fails or it happens again.
Pressing the reset button will not scrub your a3000 memory.
I have just tried it on mine to make sure I dont give you wrong info.
It just switches it off.
Posted on Dec 04, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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