Question about Toshiba Gigabeat MEGF40S MP3 Player
In The IMMORTAL Words of Maxwell Smart of "Get Smart" Fame....
"Would YOU Beleive....."
Or in Other Words, THIS is GONNA HURT>>>>
YES, unfortunately, YOU ARE a'gonna lose EVERYTHING on yer Gigabeat....
IF, like I had to LEARN the HARD WAY, you HAVE downloaded all of yer music, and or other files from either Gigabeat Room, OR, WinMedia Player (Which is WHAT I use for my Gigabeat), All you need to do is simply (Enter Sracastic Groan, Sound of swift kick to my Arse, Etc.), is RE-load the music to your player, if nothing else, this gives you chance to get rid of that **** you always wanted to anyways......
ALSO, BEFORE you do any OF THAT, Have you read through the VOLUMES of info that "Rockbox" supplies to trouleshoot???
Ther just MAY be a patch, BUT if not, WEll, like Max would say
"Missed it by THAT much...."
Take heart, that by this experience, you will ALWAYS have a "BACKUP" for your player, (AND WHATELSE????) B-4 you downlaod anything.....
I know I DO!!!
Good Luck, and let yer Electronic Mantra be
" I HEREBY SWEAR TO ALWAYS, AND FAITHFULLY BACKUP ANYTHING I DO NOT WANT TO HAVE TO SPEND COUNTLESS HOURS RELOADING DUE TO SOME CRAPPY PROGRAMMER WHO HAS ZITS, GREASY HAIR, LIVES IN IS PARENTS HOVEL OF A CRACKER BOX, ONLY KNOWS WOMEN BY TH FAST FOOD JOINTS HE HAUNTS, AND HAS SCABS IN TRULY APPROPRIATE PLACES, AND DESERVEDLY SO, FOR CAUSING ALL OF THIS GREIF, WHEN HE SHD HAVE DOUBLE CHECKED HIS WORKS, INSTEAD OF DOWNLOADING THIS **** HE CALLS "SOFTWARE".....
And THATS my DIPLOMATIC version of those scaly scabby little cockroaches whom, if it were legal, would Attach Battery Cables to a 950 Watt Power Supply, and with Industrial Rubber Gloves, and a Diesel Semi-Truck Battey included, attch to the scrawnly little ******-woods...
Ahh, But I Digress...., Sorry
I hope this helps.....
There truly is NOT a "Easy Fix" out there, BUT, I do love my seemingly INDESTRUCTIBLE G-Beat!!!
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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