Hey, if anyone who owns a GoDot player of this type could be so kind and post, or send by e-mail the system files (complete directory structure) that was originally on the hard drive, or point me to a site from where it is available (http://www.godot.com.tw/ is dead atm.), that would be much apprichiated.
The hard drive in my player got its fat table mixed up a bit, which was fixed already but player still can't boot up, so my only guess is that some of the files were damaged.
So someone plz help me with this, all the files should be very small size (not more than 1 MB alltogether) so can even be e-mailed.
mail to: sodd (at) freemail (dot) hu
thanks in advance
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if any one needs the files just email me i have them..email@example.com and all you guys need to do is drag and drop the files on the mp3 player same goes for the movies but you must have the movies formated from the program thats in the files i can send you i think its best to make the movie an avi format and then conver to the program in the files i send its not hard just make sure it works by testing the movie on your player its rare but sometimes the sound is out of sync if anyone has a ? e-mail me.....much luck
I have the same problem and I do not know how to fix it. The problem with mine is that I have replace the hard drive with a new one so it does not have the original files. Does it connect through the USB connection and does the computer detect it?
generally formatting with windows doesnt cause any problems with t sonic music players...anyways here are the steps to restope your player.
1.download the appropriate firmware from here2.press and hold reset button for 2 seconds 3.run the firmware updater 4.press and hold "volume -" button while connecting to system. 5.the updater will detect the player and it will upgrade the firmware.
Unfortunately, the firmware upgrades will not usually result in reloading all the system files from the original firmware. If your unit was displaying "File system error" right out of the box, then your player was probably previosuly-owned. If it is a new problem, a key system file could have been deleted manually or through a basic incompatibility with Windows Media Player 11. At any rate, you will need to go ahead and replace the player if the firmware upgrade does not resolve the issue. Does target even have a firmware update on their website?
You should be able to see the MP3 player in my computer when you connect to it using the usb lead, it will be listed as a removable drive, double click it and a folder or two should appear and if you double click the folders the songs should be listed, just right click on the relevent mp3 file and delete, or send to any folder on your pc first to save it then delete it.
Hi try to go MY COMPUTER then go in the the drive check the folder it should have the micro sD folder from there you can just take the song and put them in the folder you want this is the other way i know how to put music in hope it helps.
I got this from:http://www.livedigitally.com/2005/06/27/sandisk-sansa-e130-the-micro-version-of-the-ipod-mini/
Create two playlists with names such as
1. SANSA Internal and
2. SANSA 2GB (assuming your SD card is 2gb).
Load songs into each playlist.
Edit the sync properties for each drive to only sycn to those playlists.