Question about Jwin Audio Players & Recorders
SOURCE: It says File System Error
it says file system error when i try to turn it on then it automatically shuts off. what can i do to fix the error??
It says File system error when I turn it on and then it turns itself
Posted on Dec 03, 2007
A lot of people have been complaining about this particular product. First of all, you have to format the player, but the instruction manual doesn't even mention this..
Plug one into the usb port and wait for it to detect. Then go to My Computer, and right click on the drive and Format. There is no 'firmware' to overwrite. It's just a flash drive attached to a controllable chip. Formatting it just makes it compatible with the system you are using so that files can be allocation the correct amount of space on your mp3 player.
You should now be able to copy songs over, although Protected mp3's WILL NOT PLAY ON THIS PRODUCT!!!
Unbelievable, I know, in this day and age..
Almost makes you want to download and install Soulseek and download 'normal' versions of the mp3's, doesn't it? Because they will always play in your mp3 player?
So first format the thing. The rest is up to you ;)
Hope this helps ;)
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
download the disc that came with it no matter what windows/mac/lenux version you have.
drag it all out to your desktop.
look through the folders for a program with a rocket ship icon.
plug your mp3 player into the computer.
select "firmware upgrade" on the computer.
select the newest upgrade.
then click "upgrade firmware" and it'll be fixed for the system error, but you'll have to re-download the music.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
COnnect the mp3 player to computer via USB cable and format it by right click and format in MY computer..then again put mp3 files into it..
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
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Reboot system in safe mode. It will ask to restore to previous restore point. Try to select restore point before you have installed windows media player 10. Reboot the pc and then try to install media player 10. It will be better if you run scandisk to fix file system errors. Or you can use any tools for fixing file system & windows system registery error like System Mechanic, Symantec Windoctor.
Oct 13, 2007 | Computers & Internet
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