I tried to delete the song files on my 1GB Creative Muvo S200 from my computer. The computer started making a strange noise, so I unplugged the USB connection. Now the Muvo does not even turn on when I press the power button. When I plug it to the USB, the led turns on, however the computer says (The request could not be performed because of an I/O device error)
Help, what can I do to save my Muvo S200?
Man i think i have the same problem with my device also you better go to nearby vendor or register online and ask for the warranty support from the manufacturer
the i\o error signifies the device has become corrupt
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when i connect it to computer ; computer detect it as STMP3500 ; i download STMP3500 Driver from internet and then install it to Computer but already Computer Don't detect my mp3player;
then i run MuVoS200_PCFW_A5_1_02_02.exe but at this time computer detect my mp3player as MuVo S200 Then i upgread my Firm ware.
Now it work very good.
My MuVO TX was having problems until I installed the latest firmware. The last firmware release was in March 2007. If you haven't updated the player's firmware since then, try downloading it and installing Creative MuVo TX FM Firmware 1.24.02.
If you really want to wipe the MuVO's files and start over:
Plug your player into your computer
Right-click on "My Computer"
Click on "Disk Management"
One of the volumes listed should be your MuVO. You can right-click on it from here, and select "Format." (This will not erase the firmware that makes the player work, so don't worry about that. The firmware is stored else.)
My MuVo was having problems until I installed the latest firmware. The
last firmware release was in July 2007. If you haven't updated the
player's firmware since then, try downloading it and installing Creative MuVo V100 Firmware 1.05.01.
try loading files on different bit rates and see what bitrate your player can play. some player wont play files that are directly copied to the player, it needs a certain software to encode it to its standard format.
sony walkman is an example, it has its own software to encode files from mp3 to its own supported format.