Question about Dell Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Firmware Reload
well, after a lot of research and frustration, I found a site that had links to the right firmware versions so I could fix it! I also had to dig into the pit of despair that is my storage bins and thankfully I was able to find the CD that came with my DJ to give my computer the drivers it needed to recognize the DJ...
http://www.gotzune.com/forums/showthread.php?p=60383#post60383 go to that link and look towards the bottom for the link to your version of firmware that you need... ftp://ftp.dell.com/app/R74011.exe <--- that one worked for me!
thankfully, I was able to fix it by doing that, but not before I had to delete all the data from it in a sad attempt to make it work when it was stuck in recovery mode :( but I have all the good stuff on my computer, so it's probably better that I cleaned it up because I had too much **** on there that I didn't listen to anymore...
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
Go to dell.com and click on Drivers & Downloads, when entering your service tag number make sure to enter numbers only, ( mine has a B in the tag number I enterde it as an 8 and it worked)
When you enter your service tag number you will be able to downlaod the driver upgrade for your DJ make sire you dounload the SYSTEM FIRMWARE VERSION 2.20.07.A02.
Click on this link and it will take you directly there, keep in mind I am using my own tag number here
GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN WITH OUR DELL POCKET DJ=)
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
You need the AC adaptor, once it has a partial charge it will charge from USB but once it is completely dead the only way back is the AC adaptor. Strange but true
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
Connect the device to your computer. Right click on it from "My Computer". You should see "Format" or "format Device". If not, see if there are and internal drives. Open the device, and see if there are just folders, or if it says "Internal Storage" or such and such. You should be able to format from there. Please Rate.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
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