Question about iRiver iFP-780 (128 MB) MP3 Player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: iriver T10
Somehow the driver went missing. Click on "My Computer" and then click "view system information," then "hardware," then "device manager," then click on iRiver (it'll be there even without the driver) and then it will give you a yes/no option to look for driver software. Obviously, click "yes" but notice that you are also cued to put in a CD "if you have one." I still had the CD. It will search both the CD and online for a driver, but the computer found the driver software on the CD. Make sure you only put the CD in when cued to do so. If you don't have the CD, then contact iRiver about getting a driver download or having them send you a copy of the CD.
Posted on May 13, 2008
SOURCE: Getting album art onto player
You open iriver plus3, right click on the song you want the album artwork for and click properties. Before this you have to get tha album artwork and put it into documents or something. Now see the picture of a square and click on the button on the left. Now open the picture of the album artwork you want and now click save tag on the bottom right of the property box.
I hope it works for u!!!!
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
What's your operating system?
These are the steps that helped me resolve a similar issue I had:
1) Find a computer with Windows XP (ServicePack2)
2) Intall iRiver Music Manager 3.16 from http://iriverinc.com/download/iRiver_Manager_v316sp.exe
3) Download the Firmware update for your player from http://iriverinc.com/download/ifp800/IFP-8XXT.HEX to your Desktop
4) Start the Music Manager and connect your player to the computer. (The XP should recognize your player; and the Music Manager should show the "connected" status)
5) In the Music Manager, click on Tools => Upgrade Firmware, then select the file from your Desktop. NOTE: The upgrade process takes 4 -5 minutes.
After the firmware update, Windows Vista and other PC's should recognize your player.
For additional info, see Jan Karlsbjerg blog at http://www.jankarlsbjerg.com/blog/archives/2007/03/26/ums-firmware-for-iriver-ifp-89x/
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
I too has this problem but if you search by Dir list you'll be able to see all artists and then select the able you require. Hope this works for you
Posted on May 31, 2009
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