Question about Sony Walkman NWZ-B135 MP3 Player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sony Network walkman NW-E103
Try this page. It is a Sony support page. I think you deleted the MP3FM folder, that folder contains drivers for the mp3 player. http://support.sony-europe.com/DNA/downloads/downloads.asp?l=en&ct=NWF&f=MP3FM20
Posted on Aug 29, 2007
SOURCE: Sony WMP NW E002 - No Data!
yes you loaded the music and supported by windows but the file system is not applicable. the first should be format your mp3 then download the sonique stage this serves as your file manager you can download songs and automatically converted thru this and save thru your mp3 using this .
Posted on Dec 04, 2007
You have to work from Sonicstage.
Follow these steps:
Install Sonicstage (probably you've already done that)
After installing, connect the player to your computer and select 'format' from the menu (This will remove all data from the player, so you might want to make a backup).
Now transfer your music files to the player using sonicstage.
If you don't transfer them using sonicstage, the player data will get corrupt and tell you there is no data.
Posted on May 21, 2008
I had a similar problem. My computer would pick up the fact that I had plugged a USB cable in, but it couldn't read the device. When I push on the back of the cable near the base of the of the player, it would connect as long as I held pressure on the cable. I read Sony's repair page and didn't like their procedures. I then took a small screwdriver and pried the terminals in the base of walkman towards the cables terminals. This is not for the faint of heart and you may damage the player, but I figured if it didn't work to begin with I wasn't out anything. Little by little, I pried the terminals gently across the entire length of the board. When I plugged it back it, the computer recognized the Walkman and charged it.
Posted on May 30, 2008
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