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I can add tracks to my mp3 player and transfer them to other computer
but when trying to play them using the mp3 player it says NO DATA..

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Write protect error preventing format on centon 16 gb data usb hard drive


Look for a switch or button on the side of your MP3 player.

It might have a lock/unlock symbol on it, or read "HOLD."



This switch effectively disables the player so it doesn't turn on in your pocket when you don't want it to.



Move the switch to the "Unlocked" or "NO HOLD" position to remove write protection.

This position may also be labeled "R/W" for "read/write."


If you have no switch, continue to next Step.


Check with your manufacturer documentation and support.


Some players have options to securely lock them so data is not transferred or overwritten without permission.

Format the MP3 player.


This step should only be taken as a last resort because it will delete all files form your MP3 player.

To format, select "Control Panel," "Administrative Tools" and "Disk Management."


Select the MP3 player and click "Delete." Right-click on empty drive and select "New Partition." Follow the on-screen instructions to format.


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I keep putting music onto my mp3 player and when i go to play it, the mp3 player says no data. it is recognising it on the laptop and will play the music from the mp3 player on the laptop but keeps saying...


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When i plug out my sony mp3 from my computer it reads no data, why is this?


Most probably because there is no data!
Try formatting the drive you will lose your files but it will make it work again!
if in windows go to my computer then right click on your drive press format option then make sure its on option FAT 32 then press OK and leave it to format. put all your music on and it should be fine!
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when you format it it erases all your data in it
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Have you authorized the player? if not, or youre not sure, go here: http://www.docs.sony.com/release/Authorizing_flyer.pdf Theres also this documentation which notes your "no data" symptom - http://www.docs.sony.com/release/NWE405-407rev_note.pdf You will get a "no data" if you tried to format the player through windows explorer instead of through the player, and formatting it again, this time throught the menu in the player should fix this. Also there appears to be a transfer limit on the sonic stage software. something around 65,000, but who knows, maybe you managed to get there... Good luck

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