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Hi I have sonicstage ve2 and when trying to transfer a cd to the program it comes up read cd error this also happens on my laptop. I downloaded the new update and i have stil the same problem. also it wont play cds. i have other music progams and all are playing alright. so it must be your programme

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  • arthur_mac Jan 30, 2010

    Not the answer iwas looking for

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Hi.

The Sonicstage Ve2 CD may be dirty or defective.

If you get CD error on different computer, contact the software company (Sony) at the number that you will find on Sonicstage documentation.

You can also contact the nearest Sony service center, as stated on the backside of the warranty card.


Here also a web page with global contact list for Sony software support: http://www.sony.jp/products/overseas/contents/info.html#info02


They will send you a replacement product as soon as possible, as stated on warranty terms and conditions.

Posted on Jan 30, 2010

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    Ginko Jan 30, 2010

    Hi.


    It may had not been the answer you were looking for, but surely the answer was not inappropriate.


    Please change the negative rating given. If you call Sony the unit will be replaced.


    Goodbye.

  • Ginko
    Ginko Feb 01, 2010

    Please change the unfair rating given.




    Many thanks.




    G.

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