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Transfer music from sony mp3 walkman to new pc


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Gio71

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My old PC has given up, I have bought a new one and want to transfer all my music from my sony mp3 walkman to the new pc. I have tried using the back arrow on sonic stage to transfer backwards to the PC but no luck, it won't let me as the music was added originally via another pc. Is there any software out there I can use to get round this? The only ones I can find are only for Ipods.
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Neil Jones

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For most MP3 players you can normally just plug it in, it shows up in My Computer and you can browse the device normally as you would a floppy or hard drive and add/remove music that way. You don't really need anything special.
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Hi there
I have tried this but no luck, it's just saying thats it's impossible to open that type of file. Also only a selection of music seems to be there and I can't tell what the music is as it isn't showing titles etc?
My knowledge of anything technical is pretty dire so really appreciate any simple advice anyone can give me
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All I can suggest is look on Sony's site for your particular model and see what support is available. May even be a downloadable program for the files. Strange though, normally the Windows can do it on its own.
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