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Sony walkman 1 gig mp3

I've just deleted all my old music of it and now im trying to put new music on and it just comes up with no data how can i fix it ? :S

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If you just deleted the Music folder with all of the music files together, then you may want to recreate the Music folder. If it's already there, then you may want to reinstall the firmware software on the Sony Support Center.

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Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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