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Check whether its compatible with Vista. Also if you are trying to use a "cracked' software in Vista, it simply wont respond to any command or recognize the devices its supposed to because Vista does not allow any extra drivers to be added other than those preset in the OS driver database....sodeep
Arrghh, hehe that's the SonicStage software problem, I would suggest you to use Driver & MP3 File Manager Ver.2.0http://www.sonydigital-link.com/DNA/downloads/downloads.asp?l=en&ct=NWF&f=MP3FM20
It's much simpler and easyer tool to use. But if you still want to use SonicStage get a new version off the Sony site http://musicstore.connect.com/custom/promos/non_ie.html?checkBos=false
New version is 4.3, hope it resolves the problems. if not just in case here is my icq 24083314.
Follow these steps-
- Open the Sony Walkman from "My Computer".
- Open the folder inside, then delete all the "DAT" files.
- Open the second foler which is inside the first foler and delete all these files.
- Close that and then open up "SonicStage"
- Now delete all the files from your library, but, DO NOT delete them from your computer.
- Now import all the songs again and it should pick up the device and start to transfer with no problems.
I have done this with my Sony Walkman and it now works.
If you experiance more problems contact me at