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Download NetMD USB-Drivers for your Sony MiniDisc to work on Windows 7 64 bit (x64) or Vista 64 bit (x64) system

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37 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much, works great on my netMD mz-n505!

Anonymous said...

Perfect runs all my Net MDs except AIWA AM-NX9 any support for this model coming?

Anonymous said...

Thanks!!!! Confirming that it also works with Sony MZ-N10 on Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit!

Anonymous said...

Confirming this works amazingly! Thank you so much!

Anonymous said...

Downloaded NetMD MZ-RH1 and later (HiMD)FOR MY MZ-N1.

Using Vista 64 bit
Have folowed the sugesrted steps to install the 64 bit driver.
Unsuccessful install of the driver.

Running Sonic stage also crashes computer.

ArchiVision said...

Users using the Windows Vista (64 bit) need the Sony SonicStage CP 4.3 installed, can be downloaded on: Sony SonicStage CP 4.3. This is the most stable version of SonicStage and can be used by Windows 7 (64 bit) users too. You need to be online to prevent the program from crashing.

Nathan said...

THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is amazing! I never thought I'd be able to use this device again!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your effort but it doesn't work with MDS-JE780 on Win 7pro X64 :(

Anonymous said...

Hi:
Thanks for response.
The link you quoted has this note for the OS requirements:

"Mac OS, Windows NT, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows Vista 64 bits and Windows XP 64 bits are not supported. "

"You need to be online to prevent the program from crashing. "

Online?? You mean the minidisc player should be plugged into the USB port before starting SonicStage??

I did that but it crashed.

ArchiVision said...

With "Online" I mean that you need to be connected to the Internet. If you are not connected to the Internet and you start Sonic Stage it sometimes get you an error about the music library and then it start to run the File Conversion Tool from Sonic Stage and after conforming it, the program shuts down. If you are connected to the Internet you will be able to open Sonic Stage without an error. It's an common error because the library sometimes need to be on the Internet to check it's license.

ArchiVision said...

SonicStage CP Version 4.3 works fine on My Windows 7 (64 bit) computer. The information on that page is not up to date I guess. (see message of February 8, 2011 9:39 AM)

Gregg said...

Thanks, been waiting ages for Sony to release a working Windows 7 x64 driver and now I can use my MZ-N1 without any problems! :-)

Anonymous said...

Just downloaded the NetMD MZ-RH1 driver - works perfectly with my MZ-N510 on Windows 7 Ultimate. Lifesaver!

Pedro Pinho said...

works perfect in my MZ-RH910. FANTASTIC

Anonymous said...

ty my player did not work in years now i can use it

Anonymous said...

worked for my MZ M200! Many thanks!!!!

Bob C said...

I've downloaded SonicStage CP 4.3 & the appropriate software for my Windows 7. After importing my music & plugging in my MZ-NE410, I can see what songs are on my old disks. When I put in a blank disk & transfer some sogs onto the disk, it first would show the songs as being transferred (even show up on the player's display screen) but the songs wouldn't play & them displays the disk is blank. Now I get an error message that it is unable to transfer the song that I selected. (I get this message on 2 different blank disks.) This has occurred with songs that are on my hard drive & also a CD.

Anonymous said...

Bob C, I still have the same problem. I can't believe Sony actually released SonicStage. It's mind boggling how bad it actually is. It's been 10 years since I first played around with it and now that I'm digging out my old MD's in hopes of some easy transfers to my HD, I'm brought back to my days of XP, yelling 'F**K YOU!' at the screen.

The fact that Sony left it's buyers in the dust with Windows 7 is a whole other issue.

Anonymous said...

i've been looking ages for the drivers for my net md walkman(MZ-N1) to work with windows 7.this works fantastic.the sony PA audio drivers didn't work. Thanks You xxxx

Anonymous said...

SonicStage CP Version 4.3 works fine on My Windows 7 (64 bit) computer. With MD MZ-N707.
Many Thanks!!!!

Anonymous said...

Works perfectly with my NE410
many thks !!!
rgds

Louis T said...

I feel stupid, but I click on what appears to be the link (Download NetMD USB-Drivers for your Sony MiniDisc to work on Windows 7 64 bit (x64) or Vista 64 bit (x64) system), but nothing happens. Do I need to click on one of the surrounding blue or green download buttons? They seem to be just ads or phony links and not the actual download. I would love to get my Net MD working again.

Louis T said...

Help! I click on the link to download, but nothing happens... no download. Am I missing something, is the link no longer functional? How do I get the driver?

ArchiVision said...

You need to click on 'NetMD MZ-RH1 and later (HiMD)'
to download the Zip-File. Or right click on it and save the file as.

Anonymous said...

Driver "NetMD MZ-RH1 and later (HiMD" worked perfectly on Sony NetMD MZ-N420D on Windows 7 Home Premium x64 bits. A big HI from Brazil.

Anonymous said...

Attention! The driver that downloaded under „NetMD-707" functioned not in the SONY MZ-RH1 because in the file" NETMD707.inf" the corresponding driver code ineffectually was made "as commentary lines"?!?. After corresponding manual correction of the „NETMD707.inf" the driver functions flawlessly!!!

Anonymous said...

Where do I click to download this driver?
Clicking on
Download NetMD USB-Drivers for your Sony MiniDisc to work on Windows 7 64 bit (x64) or Vista 64 bit (x64) system
does not work.

Louis T said...

Ok. So I downloaded the zip file. I open the zip file. It shows 4 files enclosed:
1. netmd760: a security file- clicking on this does not give me a driver.
2. netmd760.sys which is a system file but not a driver
3. netmdhr1: which says it is set-up info, but it seems to be info, but no driver I can click on
4. read me + supported models: again no driver I can click on
What am I missing. I consider myself moderately computer literate, but I can't find any downloadable driver. Aargh! Please help! This is my 3rd post and I keep trying all the suggestions. I am jealous of those who say this works great and want to know where they are finding their drivers.

ArchiVision said...

Did you follow the guide to install the drivers?
See the link below:
http://archivision-directory.blogspot.be/2010/10/driver-for-netmd-and-standaard-minidisc.html

Anonymous said...

Thank you Archivision! I used the NETMD760 Windows 7 64 Bit update on my Windows 8 computer and it worked great using the instructions! Genius!

Anonymous said...

Is there a 32 bit driver available?

Anonymous said...

I followed the instructions to load the NetMd USB for the Sony MDS JB980. Windows say cannot install driver.

Im running windows 7 enterprize.

Raphaƫl AJ said...

Hello,

Thank you very much for this. I'm coming back to MD after a few years away. I got my first NetMD (MZ-N710) recorder a few weeks ago. This driver is saving me some time, even if my MZ-R50 helped also with its nice scroller. As of now, I just used SS to title some MDs. I'l give a try at the MP3 to MD functionnality. Though I must admit I actually like the real-time copy proces. I guess though the transferring process with SS might be based on USB 1... :) Quite slow too.
Thanks again.

Sales Pro said...

Sony has discontinued SonicStage and I could not download it anywhere. Any assistance with this would be greatly appreciated.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much
I was thinking in sending my MD to sony (inside a shit can).
All the best.

Anonymous said...

https://www.google.com/#q=SS43_ULTIMATE.exe

Anonymous said...

Just picked up a NetMD Walkman (MZ-NE410)... The drivers on this site are not enough to manage content on a NetMD device. You will need to search for "SS43_ULTIMATE.exe" - This is the complete/full installer of SonicStage 4.3.
(Working great with a Windows 7 x64 system.)

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