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After switch on the ipod ''system files missing'' msg is come

I formate the ipod after formatting ipod was not started & i also loss my
driver CD of ipod
ipod model is iriver(H10 ) ,memory=5GB

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Go to http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/ download the latest version of itunes, it will have all the necessary drivers for your ipod. Once itunes is installed onto your pc and opens up, close the program, then plug your ipod into the pc, this will automatically open itunes and your ipod will be picked up allowing you to download you music etc...
I hope this helps

Posted on Dec 24, 2008

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    Debs Dec 24, 2008

    after reading your request properly I realise that you have an iriver not an ipod, so you will probably need the latest firmware for your iriver, try going here

    http://www.iriver.eu.com/homepage.html

    for the latest firmware for your iriver

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