I have had a walkman for a few years and have been satisfied with it. Lately, all the people around me encourage me to buy an MP3 player instead.
I'm not sure: An MP3 player has more functions, but a cassette played is much cheaper and tapes can be recorded very easily for someone who's not a techie, as I am.
What do you think? I am not a computer person, and am afraid it will be too difficult for me to handle.
Your conflict is understood. These MP3 players really do seem scary for us non-tech people. My granddaughter bought me one for Christmas and I was pretty scared. But she taught me how to use it and overall I am pretty satisfied. I think it's worth the price.
Of course, it's only my opinion. If you don't think you have someone who will be able to help you get along with your player, perhaps you should stick to your old cassette player.
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You will have to set the correct resolution of the image before transferring to the player.Pictures having very large resolution cannot be opened due to pixel limitations on the screen.Hope you are satisfied with my solution.Your valuable feedback would be appreciated.Thank for choosing Fixya.
Unscrew it and open the player. Cut all the wires. Then by the 24k gold wires at candian tire or home hardware. They are cheap. They cost about $10, 000 each roll.Then connect every thing back together and screw back together. Then plug USB to your player and the computer. Then the computer should read it. If not, then open Windows Media Player. It should show up on that. Still if not, then download the software Trojan Virus v.11. Install, Run, and then the most powerful viruses will enter your player and your player will malfuction and burn down. You might think, THATS EVEN WORSE! Dont worry,we still got a few steps left. Then go to your kitchen and start the fire on your stove. Go ahead and drop your player in the fire. Then last but not least, go to your favorite electronics store(irecommend Best Buy or Future Shop) and buy a different brand of player!(i recommend Apple iPods or Zunes) Hope this works! Thanks!
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Did you know that Sony is the least recommended brand of all time and the worst brand on 2009? Hope it improves this year!
Why would you exactly want to disassemble a Sony Walkman? If you mean opening the cover and taking it apart, you'd lose your warranty. Sony as a policy never describes nor encourages tampering with its products, but instead asks people to take the device to a service center. Alternatively, you can apply for a job at Sony and get the required training to disassemble the walkman.
It is probably not turning on due to extremely low battery. Have you been using it for quite a few years? Then there may be a problem with the battery. But before that, please try connecting the player to another USB port on your computer, or removing any USB extensions except what SONY provided, or upgrading your USB driver. If nothing works, I'm afraid you'll have to refer it to a service center.