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Hello,please kindly connect the mp3 player to your computer with your USB connector,after that is done you the use the computer to format the mp3,that is the only way you can do that. when the usb is connected to both the computer and the mp3 player,you then click on option on the computer,there you would see format device,you then click on it and this will take some minutes for the formation.after that is done,you will lose the datas you have on the mp3 but the mp3 player will function as expected.
Looks like the player's functions have been deranged after it's been formatted.
Upgrade the firmware by using the PSS Device Manager.
Go to the support site for downloading and installing this device manager onto your computer. http://www.p4c.philips.com/cgi-bin/dcbint/cpindex.pl?ctn=PSS110/37&slg=en&scy=US
To get to the download for the firmware upgrade
open the link in a new page and
accept the End User License Agreement ( EULA )
Install the upgrade onto your computer and follow the steps.
Mine Mp3 player had 3.99 GB of capacity and after few days mine MP3
player showed me Some Disk error, so when i connected to the computer
it told me to format it. So when i formatted it, it only showed 1.90 GB.
does the message stop you from using the iriver?
if it doesn't then there's a format function on the iriver in the settings menu...
if it does then there may be a problem with the usb connection...
either the iriver isnt responding or the computer can't read it!
for the user below there is most likely a format will fix it...
"Safely remove hardware" is a normal function of Windows - it allows you to disconnect your Mp3 player without messing it up (unplugging any mp3 player while it is still "thinking" is the number one reason for mp3 player failure - always be patient with mp3 players, and try to always use the Safely Remove Hardware feature of Windows).
Try connecting it to your computer if you haven't already.
If it will connect to your computer make sure you've got a back up of the songs on it then format it. Formating it may resolve this probem, it could just be a software boot failure.
To format go to "Start" then click on "My Computer" now when your mp3 players connected look for it, it's usally named as "Removable Disk", now when you've found that "Right-click" on it then click "Format" allow format to complete put the music back on then unplug and try again.
Good luck. Hope my solution was helpful in some way.
Hey,actually mine is aYP-U2 ZW/XSA white colour piece.
What happened to it I don't Know........Only its showing songs folders & It also showing some AutoRun.........It's not showing any settings etc when I go back.............
could u Please tell me How to resolve this problem?