I can't download any new songs to the MP3 player. I go
into the gigabeat room, can syncronize the folder but it doesn't allow me to transfer the files to the gigabeat. What am I missing? I have refreshed the files, but still nothing... I'm sure its something I am doing wrong but don't know what.
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This error usually happens when the firmware has been corrupted or deleted. The easiest way to correct this is by updating the firmware. You may also try to restore the firmware data by following the steps below.
1. Connect the gigabeat to your computer using a USB cable.
2. Start Explorer on the PC.
3. Open the folder in which the gigabeat room is installed. --> The folder in which the gigabeat room is installed can be opened by clicking [Start] [All Programs] [TOSHIBA gigabeat room 2.0] [gigabeat room 2.0 Program Folder]. Usually, the folder will be found in C:\Program Files\TOSHIBA\gigabeat room 2.0.
4. If you can't find the folder, please go inside the gigabeat then click on [tools], [folder option], go to [view tab] then select [show hidden files and folders].
5. Now, inside the gigabeat root, copy a folder named "GBSYSTEM" located in the folder that was opened in Step 3.
6. Use "Safely Remove Hardware" and disconnect the gigabeat.
Just install your software that came with your Gigabeat. After installation please run the following program. Start/Programs/Toshiba Gigabeat Room/Formatting Utility for Gigabeat. This will place all the files back in the hard drive. Please do not format this unit from My computer to the drive letter. You end up deleting the system and boot files.if that does not help try this
in your software you right click on your gigabeat room and open it up and find gbsytem folder drag and drop into your gigabeat on your my computer screen. and then check out.try it couple of times.many times this does work for first time directly.--------you can also try contacting topshiba service center click the link directlyhttp://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/support/jsp/home.jsp----------try downloading the firmware again and installing it in your deviceclick this link directly for firmwarehttp://www.megaupload.com/?d=MO4S7T6I-----This will help. Thanks please keepupdated.please do rate the solution positively .thank you for using fixya.
There are programs like sound taxi that will do it easily but they do charge for them. If all of the files are on your computer just add them to iTunes and they'll all transfer to your ipod. If not just transfer them from your Gigabeat to your computers music file. Add the file to your iTunes and then sync your ipod to your computer and all of your songs will be on your ipod. Unfortunately without paying for a transfer program you will loose all of your playlists and organization files.
I've got the install CD that has gigabeat room 2.02 - US version. if someone wants it - email me the request and I'll email a zip of the whole CD. it's only 29 MB (kelly . piper . cherokee at gmail . com) remove spaces...
If you reformated the mp3 player's hard drive, the problem probably is that it can't find it's firmware which is supposed to be located on it's hard drive. To fix this, simply copy the GBSYSTEM folder located (usually) in C:\Program Files\TOSHIBA\gigabeat room 2.0.2 to your mp3 player's root.