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Firmware Update problem.(Failed) hi i have Creative Zen 4GB Mp3 player. When i plug it via USB on my PC i can't upgrade frimware.İt always run in recovery mode.i start firmware upgrade and installer says "firmware upgrade failed.".Media explorer says Storage Media is 50 mb.Please help i don't know anything to repair it...
you need a 1.8" zif format hard drive samsung and toshiba both have models that will work for you, but you need to do a downgrade upgrade trip with the firmware in order to get the archos to use the new hard drive! her is the link to how to do the downgrade upgrade to the firmware
Go to the iRiver website, and see about getting a firmware upgrade. Most mp3 player companies can not restore the player's software using a firmware upgrade or reload, but some of them can. Once the system files are missing/deleted, if the firmware upgrade/reload does not resolve the problem, then the player is history. Hopefully, iRiver's upgrade will resolve that issue. Good luck!
hi guys, i had the same problem and the solution is simple. we are all upgrading and what we should do is downgrade. the specifications say that it works with XP but it might not work in most instantces as i can see. the solution is runninng windows 2000 it picks it up as a flash drive and u only dump ur files in the music folder. to charge the player it has to be in a windows 2000 operating system.
Either upgrade or downgrade.
Version 1.5 is out by now, you can try that, or find something previous to 1.3.
for the newer ones go here - http://www.safa.com.hk/download.html#110R
anything older you might have to search the p2p networks for any loose files.