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Files missing I turned my iRivier on the other day, and it seemed that all files are missing from it! (Artist - blank, Album - blank..etc) After connecting it to my computer, it seems that the albums are there (at least I can see the names of the albums) but I cant open them, or delete them...) Any solutions to that? Many thanks!

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  • soccer9guy Aug 20, 2008

    Turned on my iriver h10 20 gb and all of my artists and albums were either blank or said "unknown artist". Really ticked

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Same thing happened to me, i deleted everything from the hard drive and re-syncronized it using WMP. It worked untill i tried to update the sync. Now the display is all messed up and it only accepts a certian number of songs. Good Luck

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