Question about iRiver T30 MP3 Player
I have been using an iRiver (don't know the model) and have been able to use Music Manager to convert to mp3 and put these files on my computer for later upload to a podcast service. I have a T30 Rose now. When I open iRiver Music Manager to perform the same action, it always shows that the T30 is "disconnected". I have downloaded Music Manager and can't get that program to "see" the T30. What do I do? I no longer have the other iRiver recorder and my T30 is somewhat useless if I can't convert files for upload through Music Manager. HELP!
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Posted on Jan 05, 2009
I would reset the player first. As long as you are absolutely sure that the hold button is not engaged, then resetting the player ought to make the hold message disappear. If the reset fails, plug the iRiver into the computer to see if the computer will recognize the player. If it does, then go ahead and update the firmware on the player from iRiver's website - it will have the side effect of fixing your issue.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
There may be a driver issue as I've personally had problems with my iRiver IFP mp3 player and would try to load the driver every time I connected the player to my Windows based computer.
Assuming you have a Windows based operating system, I would completely uninstall the iRiver Music Manager in add/remove programs in the control panel, restart the computer and try reinstalling the program again.
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
A manual for the T30 can be acquired going to next link:
In the bar "select a product" select your player and click GO on the right side. All support for this player will be viewed.
T30 English manual link will show up in the list. On the next page you can download the zip file for either iRiver Plus2 or Windows Media Player.
Not sure if the T30 will work with Windows 7.
It depends on the firmware you have in the player.
Normally Windows Media Player should detect the T30 in MTP mode.
When having firmware that only detects the player in MSC mode, seeing the player as a removable disk: there are MSC drivers available under software&driver ( T30umd.inf ), not sure if they'll work on Windows 7.
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
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