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Does not turn on..

I haven t used my iriver for a half year an it doesn t want to wake up.. It was with batery inside, but the batery has not leaked out. . . i have tried another battery and it does not work even.. could you help me please ?

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Re: Does not turn on..

Try using the iriver manager software, to re-flash the units firmware.

Posted on Jun 19, 2008

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