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Transferring files back to my PC from my Sony NW-HD5

There is no problem if you use the software (SonicStage) to transfer music TO the NW-HD5. The problem is that I'm looking for software that can transfer the files back again as now a lot of the tracks aren't on my computer; they are just on the MP3.

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  • Anonymous Sep 05, 2008

    I have lost all song files associated with Sonic Stage music library, they were stored in folder on ext hard drive so now I want to transfer files back from NW-HD5 to PC so that I can edit playlists with sonicstage. johnmason1945@hotmail.com

  • hansjk Sep 10, 2008

    As the other guys above..

  • rvlo Oct 18, 2008

    I have same problem/question

    Any solution ?

    rvlo

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