Go to www.sony.com and search for SonicStage and download it. You may also need to get the OpenMG program to support SonicStage. But SonicStage is free, and can be found by doing a search on Sony's web site. I hope this helps. Mason
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The Software used to transfer the songs to the Net MD Walkman is OpenMG Jukebox Software.
Before installing the Software, click here to download the Device Driver for connecting to the Computer.
Once the Device Driver is installed, download and install the SonicStage CP Software by clicking here.
After installing the SonicStage CP Software, install the SonicStage Security update.
These Software will help you in transferring the songs from the Computer to the NetMD Walkman Player and vice versa.
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You can't. You can only transfer digital files from your pc to your Minidisc player., it's a one way street. there's no hack for it either as it's a basic hardware issue within the player itself.
If you want to download from the player to the pc you'll have to connect the audio output to your pc and record it the old-fashioned way which loses a bit of quality. All Minidisc compliant players were like this until the advent of the Hi MD format which succeeded the Net MD's as an anti-piracy measure.
I've never bothered to use the software to transfer from MZ-NF810 to computer, partly because the software is not very good, but mainly because i think the whole thing about we not being allowed to download again from the computer due to legal issues are just so blah. Anyways, a guaranteed way to work the sound between the NF810 and the computer is to use play the NF810 and pipe it to the miniplug mic in on your computer and record on your computer (if you have a mac this could be SoundEdit.) To record from your computer, you plug in the optical cable on both the computer and the NF810 and play the sound on the computer and record on your NF810.