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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You maybe able to use Windows Media Player 10 or 11, if you want to try well connect your mp3 player to the computer now wait a few seconds then go to Windows Media Player ( if your using windows media player 10 i recommend you to update to media player 11 for better results but if not when your on Windows Meda Player look for a link called "Sync" when you've found it click on that.
Now your on "Sync" if should have found your mp3 player now just drag and drop music you wish to have on your mp3 player on the side panel where it's got a little image of an mp3 player.
Once you've added the music, safely remove the mp3 player like you normally would then see if the music has successfully tranfered.
Here is the new Windows Media Player 11 if you haven't got it already.
Good luck. Hope my solution was helpful.
Posted on Oct 26, 2007
Oh! Right gotcha. :)
Do you have an external drive by any chance?
Or have you moved or deleted any music?
Run the library/music-file search thingy.
Sonic Stage doesn't know where your music is anymore.
(I moved mine onto an external drive and kept forgetting. I'd open it and go What!! oh. ...doh!)
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
That happened to me
Delete sonicstage and re download it
just delete the Icon
I did that and all my songs were back in order
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
Please check the following when this symptom occurs:
1. Use a computer with an account that has Administrator rights.
2. Download the latest SonicStage version available from the download section of this website.
3. Update the computer and operating system with the latest updates. Please contact the manufacturer of your computer / operating system.
4. Make sure that the computer is free from spyware: for more information, please visit the Microsoft security website.
5. For Windows XP users (Service Pack 2), if the above does not solve the issue:
* Click the Start button and click Run. In the dialog box, type explorer and Click OK.
* Click the Tools menu and select Folder Options.
* Click the View tab.
* In the Advanced settings section select the option to Show hidden files and folders.
* Click Apply, and then OK.
* Go to C:\Windows\Inf folder.
* Right-click either MDAC.INF or MSACINST.INF, whichever file is present, and then click Install.
* If prompted for the Microsoft Windows CD, insert the Windows CD into the CD drive. Click the Browse button and go to C:\Windows\ServicePackFiles\I386 folder on the hard disk and click Open. Click the OK button.
* If at any time the computer prompts for the Windows XP CD, click the Browse button and go to either the C:\I386 or the C:\Windows\I386 folder on your hard disk and click Open. Click the OK button.
* Restart the computer.
* Restart SonicStage.
Keep in mind that, if the Walkman does not operate normally, or any about this symptom occurs, press the RESET button on the side using a small sharp object such as a paper clip, for more than one second to reset the player.
* Even if the Walkman is reset, the player retains the music data and clock settings.
* If the RESET button is pressed while operating the Walkman, stored data and settings on the Walkman may be deleted.
Posted on Oct 21, 2010
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