Its not upgrading with the cd .. it says upgrade fail or sumtin like that thn this thing about downloading a korean language package comes up. i dont no wat to do abt firmware upgrading my p2 please help
I had a similar problem, maybe the same (your description is kind of
lacking O.o). Anyways, I had the same problem, It would not let me
update my firmware automatically (through the software) or even
maunually. After 3 days of research, and losing my patience 5 times I
solved the problem. You have to have Windows Media Player 10 or 11
(you can download for free on their website). I still had to manually
place the firmware but at least it worked. Here is a website
explaining how to manually update your firmware. Good luck man
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The firmware upgrade failed. Try making a new CD from a fresh download, using different CD-burning software if possible. and double-check your CD-writing procedure to make sure it conforms with the firmware download instructions. Try doing the firmware update again. If it won't run, the EEPROM chip in the player will have to be replaced with another one programmed for the player because the program in the existing chip is corrupted and crashes.
I had the same problem with a YP-U3 and was able to fix it by installing upgrades from the Samsung website. First I downloaded an firmware upgrade from ver. 1.11 to ver. 1.13. The upgrade consists of two winzip files that need to be copied to the system folder on the YP-U3. After the two files were copied, the firmware upgraded itself when the MP3 player was turned on, but I still got a "system fail" message. Then I downloaded the latest version of Samsung Media Studio 5.2 from Samsung.com. The Media Studio menu has a function for reformatting the MP3 player, which clears all data files but leaves the operating system intact. After that was done, the MP3 player worked properly.
If that fails, then try to download the Sansa Connect Recovery Tool from: http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/Default.aspx?CatID=1532 If that still fails, upgrade the firmware from the Sansa website If that fails, uninstall the software from the installation CD and reinstall it from the Sansa website.
Should be no probelm w/ XP/Vista.