If possible update the firmware of your muvo 100 .
it can be done easily.
1.all you have to do computer having net facility.
2.go to creative.com
3.search there for a keyword named "mp3 player recovery tool"
4.from there download that tool ,install it in your pc .then it will
automatically detect your drive,it will format it.and will install
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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.
Use an USB hub to make your connection. The USB controller puts out half an amp at 5VDC. The more things you have plugged in, sucking up that little bit of power, the more likely the next thing plugged in will overload the buss. A powered USB hub will give you the power you need to work with this unit.
There is probably some water still in your ipod causing your problem.
Firstly, switch your ipod off. This can help prevent any more damage being caused.
Then, leave your ipod in a warm dry place, an airing cupboard or near a radiator (not on top!) for 6-8 hours.
After 6-8 hours try turning your ipod on to see if it is working again.
If it still isn't working turn your ipod off again.
Fill a small bowl with rice and submerge your ipod completely in it over night. It sounds a bit strange, but the rice draws out any of the remaining moisture in the ipod.
In the morning take the ipod out and get the rice out of anywhere it may have got stuck and try again.
Hi, found a solution! Follow this link and do the low level format, after that everthing works fine again!! http://www.mpio.jp/support/faq_view.php?fgubun1=&fgubun2=&fproduct=&srh_word=&ct_page=1&fcode=485