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The error came out after i manually deleted music folder using windows explorer. I tried suggested soulutions by the software sonicstage until format options but to no avail. anybody knows workaround for this? pls. help... maybe i need to create the music folder i deleted but i forgot already whats the name.

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  • nats buls Jun 14, 2008

    I believe that windows update on my vista had 'coz the problem. Anyway i figured out how to upload mp3 to the device without using sonic stage softare. However, This is for Windows XP system only. You need MP3 File Manager Application and Device Driver for Network Walkman™ Players which can be downloaded here... http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/swu-lis...

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    Corey Knoettgen Jun 14, 2008

    There were Windows hotfixes for Windows Media Player 11 that wreaked havoc on a lot of Mp3 players. I would try rolling back to Windows Media Player 10 first, before reloading your whole OS - the click-by-click instructions are at microsoft.com (just enter "rollback to Windows Media Player 10"). To be sure the uninstall was throough, you could try going to Start --> Set Program Access/defaults --> Add/remove windows components and uninstall the individual hotfixes - they're pretty well-labelled.

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I tried that because i have the same problem but it didn't work any other ideas, i phoned a place called tech guys which is linked to pc world where i bought my laptop from and they said it could be the mp3 conflicting with a windows update and they suggested a full reinstall of windows. would love to have your view on their thoughts

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