Question about iRiver iFP-190T MP3 Player
My PC does not have a program that will let me add more music to my iRiver ifp-190tc. I know its old but there has to be away to do it. there must be a program out there that I can download to get my music.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The following steps will get you running in about 2 minutes.
1.Download and install iriverter (http://iriverter.sourceforge.net). 2.
2.Open the Profiles folder within your installation directory (e.g. C:\Program Files\iriverter\profiles or C:\Documents and Settings\User\Application Data\iriverter).
3.Make a COPY of the u10.profile file, and name it e10.profile.
4.Open the newly created e10.profile within WORDPAD NOT NOTEPAD.
5.Change the device from “u10′ to “e10′.
6.Change the dimensions from “320×240′ to “128×128′.
7.Save the file, and close it.
8.Launch iriverter, and select the E10 under Options > Device > iriver.
9.Click the Single Video button.
10.Specify the video file to be converted for the input field, and specify the output file where you want to save it.
11. Once saved drag and drop the video file to the video folder in the iriver directory
Alternatively, the new iriverter also supports the ability to rip and convert an entire DVD, which is just as straightforward as converting a single video.
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
I can´t connect to my PC with my iRiver device (iFP-890) and Wi Vista 64 with SP1, not trough Music Manager or Explorer.
I´v followed the instructions above.
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
First, you should have MP3 music files on your computer. If not, download what you like or "rip" from a CD using Media player or similar application.
Then simply connect your MP3 player to a USB port on your computer. It is very likely that if you remove a cover on the player it will expose a USB connection. Plug it into your USB port on your computer. It will automatically be recognized by Windows and you can see the contents. Navigate to the music on your computer, click to copy it and then paste it onto your MP3 player. Voila, it will be there to play!
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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