Polaroid MPU-43315B Personal Media Player stuck on 'initialize' -
I can't even communicate with the device via PC as the PMP does not give me the options for connecting (USB, STORAGE,MEDIA PLAYER are the options usually) so the PC does not 'see' the device. Reset button just switches off the device but it always comes back on at initializing .....
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Ok. So here how it's goes.. Your device have a power bio detector so it decide whether it will transfer data or just charge. I you can't connect it, Probably because you didn't charge for long enough or the charger power was too low so it cannot make decision on witch task to do.
No drivers needed for most computer operating systems. To view, add and remove files from the PMP283C-4, just plug it in to a PC using the USB data cable and look under My Computer for "MP3" or "Removable Disk".
The only software you might need is to convert videos to a format that the PMP283C-4 can use. If you don't still have the original CD, then download "Any Video Convertor free" from anvsoft (link below) and use it to convert your videos to MP4 (xvid) 320x240. ANY VIDEO CONVERTER free downloadDVD Converter YouTube Google Video Video...
I just bought a used one online and at first thought that it was broken. I looked at the manual and at first was frustrated. Then I first just plugged the unit in my computer and it lit up and charged...that gave me hope!
Hi Integral17, It sounds like your database is corrupt. Here's something to try. While the device is booting, press the pause/play button several times (about once per second). If you hit the pause/play at the right time during the boot process, it will invoke a debug menu that will allow you to format the disk. Format the disk and see if that resolves the problem.
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My understanding, as a new user, is that IRiver plus 3 only communicates with the player via UMS mode, which is not the default. Windows Explorer and Windows Media Player only communicate through MTP mode. If you change from MTP (the default) to UMS, it will reformat the player and delete all your files.
In other words, do not use iriver plus 3 unless that is the only software that you want to use. Boing back to MTP mode after a sync or download will then delete all THOSE files you just downloaded.