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Error Code 82040100

When I try to import files and synchronise the device, I receive the Error Code 82040100. Even after several attempts at re-starting my PC and closing and re-opening Connect, and also re-setting the walkman, I still receive the same message. Strange because I have been able to import files before. Has anyone else had this problem?

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ERROR CODE 82040100 SOLUTION: here's what I did to solve this problem: -update walkman's firmware to latest version (3.0) -control panel > system > hardware > device manager uninstall the driver for the walkman (remove device) -now connect player can initialize the player again, but I installed Sonicstage CP 4 which is much better anyway.

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