While recording video with my Archos 605 the battery died. The file it was recording is now corrupted, and can't not be played by either Archos or WMP. I suspect the file was not properly 'closed' by the Archos seeing as how it ran out of power (why the Archos didn't recognize this and close the file properly before shutting down is ludicrous IMO).
Any ideas on how I can close the file and view the contents? Over an hour of some precious vid I would love to recover. There must be software out there somewhere to help....
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Hi, No expert but how I got UPnP to work fully on Archos 605 WiFi. WMP11 found the 605 and Authorized but the 605 never listed my PC under UPnp devices. Others on www seem to find WMP tricky so I gave up, I had Nero Home UPnp & Also Roxio Media (Came with blackberry) both Served UPnP to 605, 605 could see both listed under UPnP in Video, Audio & Photos. Could play all apart from Video! (Despite being able to play direct through File/Netwrok Browser) Anyway assumed Archos problem if these two did not work proplerly with Video. In desperation tried TVersity (Others talk about it a lot). All worked immediately, Video & all. So I would try this first if your have any sort of problems.
mine's just gone a similar way - made a playlist and saved it...all songs were playing ok up until then. When i went to play the playlist it told me that the file was corrupt then proceeded to tell me all 14000 songs were corrupt...just in the middle of an attempted repair!
This problem seems to occur when the device overheats. It doesn't make a whole lot of sense, but all my videos set at 720 by 480 wont play when the device is left running for a long period of time. The smaller video files, however, still play. I think it deals with the amount of system resources required for such files to play. If you turn the device off completely by going to menu, power, and turn off device, and leave it sit for 30 minutes, all files should play properly when you turn it back on.
As a suggestion, DO NOT leave your Archos powered on and on the dvr station. This causes the device to constantly run, and if you havent noticed the Archos operates at an extremely high temperature.