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Files dont work n nothing remains in it

After copying the required songs n videos n removing d usb later wen i try to play them,ma iriver just gets stuck or rather is fully stopped till its charge ends

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Please format your usb on time it seams this is problem with your usb. If it is not fix after formatting then try other usb.

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if you dont already, download iriver plus 3
install it
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plug in iviver
go to tools>Portable Device>Disk Initialization

this should format your iriver and replace all the original files

i reccomend only putting music, video, pictures and ebooks on via iriver plus 3

and also please make sure you safely remove the iriver each time you connect it to the computer
if you dont, there is a chance that you will screw your iriver, you may have heard of the "building library" problem, which nobody has found a solution for yet.

i hope this helps you!!
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