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Sony Sonicstage

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#1 mintizmate


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Posted 05 November 2011 - 10:14 AM

Since I have changed computers I am using Windows 7 64bit (NOT the professional version - so no XP mode avaialble), I have been unable to use Sonicstage fully. I have been told that this program (Version 4.3) is not compatable with windows 7 64bit, but I have been able to instal it and have limited use out of it.
The problem is that I still prefer to use a mini disc recorder/player to a digital player and therefore wish to continue to use Sonicstage for this purpose and I can't. Whilst the Sonicstage program will run I can only use it to burn CDs as the burn to mini disc option does not appear. When I connect a mini disc recorder/player to the computer via USB the computer is unable to recognise the device drivers and therefore cannot instal them. Clearly this is where a compatability problem lies.
If anyone out there knows of a work round or other solution to this I would be very grateful

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Posted 29 November 2011 - 07:18 AM

Not sure if you have found a solution or not but this post http://forums.sonyinsider.com/topic/25154-windows-7-64-bit-and-minidisc-a-solution/ will probably address your issue.

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