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My Computer Is Not Recognizing My MP3 Player

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I was trying to connect my Sony mp3 player to my computer so that I could add new music to it via Sonic Stage, but my computer for whatever reason is not recognizing it. Everything else works fine on it. I'm able to listen to music on it and it even charges when I connect it to my computer. But when I open Sonic Stage to add new music to it, that's when it's not recognizing my mp3 player and the songs that are on my mp3 player. I added some new music about a month ago with no problems like this whatsoever. I have a Sony mp3 player model # NW-E305 and my computer is not recognizing it.

Any help would be GREATLY appreciated as this is so frustrating.
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