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"Cannot play track error"

Windows corrupted on me, which meant I had to reload sonicstage on my new PC. After transferring additional tracks on the Sony NW-HD3 I saw the error "CANNOT PLAY TRACK ERROR" Can I save these tracks? If not, do either restore factory settings? or Initialize the hard disk?

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  • sidted Jan 22, 2008

    i try and play a track on my Sony nw-hd3 and it says 'cannot play track error' please help me fix this annoying problem? Thanks for your help problem, and notify you when a new solution is offered

  • Anonymous Nov 06, 2008

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Sony esupport says the track is damaged and has to be deleted and then reloaded - assuming you've got the track saved seperately in another format like mp3

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