The Walkman NWZ-E345 series is a popular MP3 player from Sony. This particular model has a 2 GB hard drive, which has the potential to hold more than 500 songs. A Sony Walkman may experience software or hardware problems at times and may cause the device to freeze. Reset the Sony Walkman if such problems occur as a first step in the troubleshooting process. The E345 is designed to make a device reset quick and painless.
Things You'll Need
Disconnect the Sony Walkman from any power cord or USB cords.
Flip the device over and lay it on a flat surface. Locate the tiny hole in the top right corner of the device.
Stick the tip of a paperclip in the hole and press down gently until the device shuts off.
Press the power button on the device if it doesn't start up automatically within a minute.
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