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My sony mp3 player has a problem

Hello, pls i need a solution to my sony mp3 problem. the thing is that when i transfer real mp3 songs into my sony NW-E002F mp3 player it enters but i cant play them all it keeps writing is NO DATA. but when i connect it to the computer all the songs will appear but when i want to play it with the player all that keeps appearing is NO DATA. THANKS, i need the solution as soon as possible.

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I just suggested this to someone else with a Sony. Try voidMP3FM from www.drvoid.com I have a NW-E005 but the web site says the program supports the NW-E002 as well. Have used this program from day one and have never loaded sonic stage. Heard lots of complaints about it. Drag and drop MP3s. Hope this helps.

Posted on Jul 27, 2007

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Try switching the songs to a different type. If you have a cd burner you could burn them onto a a cd to change the type but it is a waste of cd's.

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Just download sonicstage at www.sony.com

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Download sonicstage.. just go to www.sony.comthen

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You have to use Sony's SONICSTAGE (free to download) to transfer audio files to your SONY MP3 player. I believe it has to do with the copy right and DRM (digital rights management) issues.

Posted on Apr 06, 2007

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