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Old 03-19-2015, 12:53 PM   #1
Andrew B.
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Default Bought a media player

I bought a media player. And so what. But it is quite an event because I bought it without researching it first. The brands I had in mind were discontinued (or I could not find them) so I just searched for Sony Walkman on Amazon. Grabbed the first one I saw. Spent no time pondering how much space I needed. I just got the largest one. It's here now and I let it install it's own Media Go software onto my computer, without checking online to see if it's buggy. And knowing full well that I can manage the device by using any file manager. I also let it update after it installed. I accepted all default settings. I didn't specify folders to look in for media; I let it decide. So it cataloged what it thinks I might want and it's all displayed there in Media Go.

No fuss, no stress. Quite an experience.

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