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I believe this should be the manual that your looking for. You may also want to try hooking the MP3 player up to your computer via the usb cable. After doing so, if nothing automatically comes up, you should be able to open the players drive via the my computer option. A lot of times a copy of the manual and the operating software can be found here.
question: from your iriver mp3 have you already format it or the files are still inside?
if your reffering old files as files you've accidentally delete from your player. the only way to retrieve the said files is by using a software "filescav" or filescavenger. this software can only retreive files from any removable device if the said device haven't been formated.
but if you only want to get the present files installed in your iriver, i do think that once you connect your iriver to a PC. the PC will search for a newly installed drive which is your player. and once detected you can open the folder of the newly found device and simply copy and paste all the documents and files you want to copy from your mp3 to PC.
note: you can download filescavenger from web free. just type in google bar " filescavenger" and it will show all the possible download site for the said software
Use your computer to download and copy the files to the player.. Ya should have software that came with the player install that on the PC, and it should have a utility to put the files on ya player once they have been either "Ripped" from a CD/DVD or DLed from 'net then ya put 'em on ya player..
Ok what this means is the "Format" you are trying to save & play are NOT correct.
Below is a link to a Manual this will be of help.
Basically any software files that you wish to "Play" must have been recorded in the CODEC or "Decoding Software" that the Player uses. Generally the software supplied with the player should contain a program that one can use to convert files to the correct CODEC, and then copy to ya player.
The manual will tell you what type of "File" format/codec that you have to use..IE: .mpg, .wma .avi etc etc. PLUS the Screen Size.
Armed with this info one can then encode any File and copy to ya MP3/4.
There are a number of "Other" softwares that can do this for you.. xilisoft www.xilisoft.com/downloads.html is a great program to use.
BUT the best one is generally the Software supplied with ya player usually on ya supplied CD.
Hi, well these MP3 players can b real finicky. what you could try first is to Uninstall the program & drivers, and then re-insert the MP3 into ANY OTHER USB port but the one it was in.. and when/if it detects it, point it to the driver CD and reload them.. At this point ya may be OK... If NOT, then perhaps ya MP3 player has gone faulty.. they seem to go toes up for no reason? I have seen lots at my shop.. Another thing to try, is a Format of the device... Ya will lose all ya data tho :( not the best option.. but it may be ya only other option, after ya tried all the rest. To do so folllow the instructions in ya manual. Good Luck.
Ok well usually the MP3 player will show up as a "Drive" in My Computer & as such one may cut, copy, & paste as usual within windows, so.. usually, ya right click the "Drive" and select explore.. then find the Music file(s) you wish, right click it, and select delete. To copy a file.. ya can simply cut & paste to the MP3 player.