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    Donovan Kelly Mar 16, 2009

    After formatting the zen v plus it is saying re-building library but will not re-build it freezes

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You have to format it : follow this procedure: http://www.fixya.com/ThreadView.aspx?prdid=509980&thid=1759983

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I use a microsd to load files that i havent tried on the device before, to test safely. If it crashes then i can simply remove the microsd and clear it. If the "bad" or incorrecly encoded files are loaded onto the internal memory of the device then you will be unable to clear or bypass the "building library" stage and the device is bricked. Take it back to where you bought it and get it replaced if this happens, that's what I had to do when I bricked it.

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the same thing happend to mine and i just let it sit there then it found all the music and i never had that happen again

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What model is this? I was going to suggest a hard reset or reformat if it is continually locking. Simply resetting it isn't stopping whatever is making it freeze up to go away, so it's time for more drastic measures. Hopefully you can still save your music and connect it to your PC before you have to wipe it out.

Here is a link to a similiar situation with a Zen that might help from our very own fixya archives.

Hopefully something there will help.

http://www.fixya.com/support/t103747-frozen_mp3_player

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I've had 2 crashed iriver X20


Hi. I just had solved my Build Library problem. Use my solution on your own risk.
The solution is the following:
1. open up a player (find 8 screws, not 6, 2 of them are on the left side of the player under the round stickers)
2. jently take off a circut board. (you need to access its bottom)
3. Find a memory chip. It is labeled like "samsung k9hbg08u1m"
4. find chip's key meaning start of pin numbering (small circle on the corner). There are 48pins. 24 on the left side (1-24) and 20 on the right (48-25) see chip's manual http://catalog.gaw.ru/index.php?page=document&id=11348 page 4
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5. On the right side find pins 32-29 (find them as the second 4 pins from the chip's circle key opposite corner)
6. Connect them together with some metalic wire (don't touch two middle pins on the right side of chip, it is chip's power supply).
7. Holding those pins together connect USB cable to player's socket.
8. After a while player will show error on its screen, get metallic wire out of pins, and then the player will be available as flash storage on the PC.
9. Format flash storage with quick format.
10. Disconnect and assemble the player back.
11. Connect to PC and upload new music.
12. Feedback to fzymarev()yandex.ru

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