Question about iRiver iHP-120 MP3 Player
I cannot see my music files or play them on the mp3 player. But I can take them on and off and transfer them between computers. The radio works. When I start it up it says "check hdd connection" then "check hdd" I have tried reformatting, resetting and charging fully, and reloading firmware. The firmware loads into player on the PC, but won't upload when I try to upload in the player. I don't think the hard drive is dead- I can hear it start up, and it turns on and off easily. Appreciate any ideas-- Thanks!
To those who may be looking for a solution to weird i-hp120/140 problems...
I had weird problems like 'check hdd' and 'usb connected' when it wasn't. Eventually it permanently displayed 'usb connected' and I couldn't do anything with it anymore. Turns out one of the chips on the piggy-back board had become de-soldered and was loose. touching all the pins with a soldering iron (no solder) to reseat the chip worked. All is well now.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
I have the same problem, I downloaded "moodlogicservice" and when I moved the data it did update the files. Have you tried with this program? Yet recently it does non work anymore :-( and have your problem Ugo
Posted on Jan 16, 2007
Had the same problem from above and yet no luck
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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you will need to connect your mp3 player click start all programs accessories open windows explorer navigate to your music folder the music files right click on the music files select copy navigate back to the destination drive MP3 player right click select paste or hold the mouse cursor the music files drag them to destination folder MP3 player then drop them in
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