You can also transfer data to the player using Windows Media Player. For details
about usage, or support on Windows Media Player, refer to the Windows Media
Player information from the following web site:
Some computers that already have Windows Media Player 10 installed may
encounter file limitation (AAC, video* files, etc.) that can be transferred by
dragging and dropping. If you install Windows Media Player 11 (for details, see
"Installing the Operation Guide and software") from the supplied CD-ROM, you
can solve this problem, then you can transfer by dragging and dropping again.
Before installing Windows Media Player 11 on your computer, make sure to
check whether your software or service corresponds to Windows Media Player 11.
* NWZ-S615F/S616F/S618F only
Connect the player to your computer using the supplied USB cable.
Insert the connector of the USB cable into the player with the
Select the player on Windows Explorer, and then drag and drop files.
The player appears on Windows Explorer as [WALKMAN.]
mark facing up.
Playable data hierarchy has rules. Transfer data properly, see the following illustrations.
Data hierarchy may differ, depending on your computer environment.
(On Windows Explorer)
Drag and drop files or folders into the "MUSIC" folder.
However, beyond the 8th level, nothing will be recognized.
(On the player)
Folders are displayed in the folder name order first, then files are displayed
in the file name order. In this case, the upper or lower case letters are not