Question about iRiver H10 MP3 Player
I cannot shut off my one year old iRiver H10 after downloading songs from Windows media player 11. After getting a new hard drive and Windows XP Pro I could not go back to Media Player 10. When I try it says that my version of windows is not compatible. No problem downloading songs but afterwards there is no way I can properly detach the USB cable and when I do out of desperation I cannot even shut off the player. It stays on with "USB connected" in the display. I finally end up resetting the darn thing. It is fine afterwards but I am afraid it will only take that for so long before it dies. Can anybody help me, please???? Vera
Hi Vera I am using windows2000 OS, can not yet justify a faster Pc to run XP .. following is what I use to load and manage my MP3 audio files on my H10 20GB >using an alternative to WMP 10, I use 'EasyH10' .. prepares an H10 player without iriver plus or Windows Media Player 10 based on music and playlist files transferred manually using windows Explorer easyh10-15.exe Info re Easy_H10 URL http://www.misticriver.net/wiki/index.php/Easy_H10 URL http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=138812&package_id=152796 download 'easyh10-1.5_win32gui.zip' - connect USB cable between Pc and H10 - place H10 in 'Lock' position - use a tool ( refashioned paper clip ) to press the reset button - start H10 in USB Mass Storage Device Mode... Hold down 'O' button, continue holding 'O' button while you press the 'On / Off ' button until screen displays USB connection, after emergency display - In Windows Explorer locate the ' removable drive' - Transfer your music files with tag information to 'Music' directory on H10 - Run EasyH10 - for Media database construction to display songs in MUSIC mode. - Playlist conversion, a necessary process for your playlist files to become compatible (recognizable) with an H10 player. - EasyH10 also imports/exports tuner presets from/to a text file. Prh
Posted on Apr 09, 2007
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