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Not able to use it crashed

Am not able to switch on it or connect it to the computer it says i/o device error i changed the battreies it is not not working still it is a i beat mood fm mp3 player it does not have reset button plz help me is dead after trying to update firmware

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If you still have a warranty, you can send it in for repair. I had the same problem and used the extended warranty to have it repaired. or you can go to the website and download the updated firmware to try and solve the problem. Hopefully the operating system doesn't have to be replaced.

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  • tamsye Apr 18, 2009

    sorry i thought that the product was an archos. i don't have an answer for this.

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Hi! I wrote to the support center for a similar problem. They sent me the solution which has worked successfully! Hope it helps you out too. Their solution -->

"Thank you for requesting information from your TrekStor Service Team.

The reason for the described malfunction may be a damaged firmware. We recommend to reinstall the current firmware on your i.Beat mood. You can download the firmware for the i.Beat mood from our web sites at http://www.TrekStor.de/en/index.php. Choose "Service" and then your MP3 player.

Please note that the firmware can only be reinstalled using a Windows operating system. The files which are downloadable on our web sites are packed and in ZIP format. You will need archive software as e.g WinZIP to open and extract this file. If you do not have a suitable programme installed on your computer you can download it as shareware from the internet.

Install the downloaded firmware on your PC by double-clicking the file "Setup.exe". Start the firmware update tool afterwards. Remove the battery of the i.Beat mood. Press the MP3 player's Play button for approximately five seconds. Now connect your i.Beat mood with still pressed Play button to your computer. Keep this button pressed until Windows detects a new device in recovery mode.

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http://www.fixya.com/support/t198710-not_able_use_crashed
Afterwards, your i.Beat mood can be handled as usual. Moreover the MP3 player should be accessible again under My Computer.

We know that you as a customer have the choice and we thank you for having decided for TrekStor."

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