Question about iRiver PMP-120 Digital Media Player
My I River PMP-120 wont work ! It was fine earlier today. but now says I to have a boot failure. I spent half an hour looking at my car before I realised it had nothing to do with it. I must admit to being a bit of a simpleton when it comes to this sort of thing and at a loss as to what I should do next. Even my P.C isn't recognising it at the moment. Anyone got any ideas please? .... Keep it like me....simple.
The HD may NOT be damaged. If the ROOT file somehow became corrupt or was wiped out you'll need to replace/dload the ROOT FOLDER firmware with your version v1.23 or higher for example. If your PMP doesnt take the info or won't dload then yes the HD is fried.
Posted on Sep 21, 2007
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