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New hard drive has trouble downloading songs & won't play

I dropped my iRiver and had the hard disc replaced. Now I have trouble downloading songs to it. It takes ages, often freezes during the download process and then, if songs are saved to the iRiver, they often won't play.

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Hi there, open iriver again and take new drive out (reinstall hard drive, just an adjustment process). close it up and try to download / play a file.
now if this process dont work, save iriver software to pc and format the hard drive (this will erase the hard drive songs and all)..now reinstall the software from the pc...download your songs back to iriver and you should have a brand new Iriver ihp-140............if heplful feel free to rate

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