Question about Audio Players & Recorders
About a month after I got it my 1 gb AMT MP3 player just stopped working. I plug it into the USB port and the light does not come on. XP sees it as a removeable media drive with no media in it, no longer as an AMT cd-rom and an AMT MP3 drive.
I rebooted my computer - no go.
I have swapped cables - no go.
I have changed USB ports - no go.
I did not treat it badly. It was never dropped or banged about.
Admittedly it only cost $15.90 with shipping but it is currently my only portable MP3 player.
Does anyone have any ideas or should I step on it?
Use flash Flash_Disinfector.exe
it flash ur mp3 memory
then go to tools>>folder option >>view>>
unselect hide protecting oprating system files
then select show hidden files
then you can easily seen the file" autorun.inf"
then go to cmd (run cmd)
change attrib by this command
type drive name from you want to delete
attrib -s -h -r autorun.inf
it will fix ur problem
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
I've fixed it faster :P just hold on play when it's on, and put cable to miniUSB it won't work, but it will see flash disk ion YOur PC, now get to residental protect on Your pc and add C:/program files/amt as EXCEPTION ;] It will work
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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