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Jonce

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  1. Database corruption on NW-HD5

    Hello, I tried that program. Now the problem is that it fills this log folder with files where one of them consumes the whole free space on my computer's hard disk - much much more than 20GB... Thank you for your efforts, anyway!
  2. Database corruption on NW-HD5

    Hi, first of all thank you for this great component! Now there's no need to use that ugly SS in order to transfer music to my device. I found a weird database corruption in ml_sony. After I filled my player with music (with a few MB of free space left), I did some deletion and uploading of songs: applied a few songs for deletion and before clicking the 'Apply' button I sent some new mp3's. As I understand, those new songs are uploaded in place of the deleted ones. Now when i want to play some particular track from those newly uploaded tracks (that I overwrote on the deleted ones), I get a totally different track (one of the previously uploaded tracks). I guess none of the tracks are gone, it's just the player now works as a shuffle. The weird thing is that the player reads the metadata correctly. At least, I would like to save the tracks to the computer and upload all of them once again. But GYM reads tags only from the database, so the saved tracks are with wrong tags. Is it possible to recover all the music somehow without formatting the device? Or even reload the whole database from tags in files (which the player reads somehow correctly). BTW, Winamp version is 5.35 (and everything works perfectly unless I fill the whole player and do some overwriting). Thank you!
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