Question about iRiver H320 MP3 Player
If it was a bad sector problem, I would think formatting it would
isolate the bad sectors and reduce the usable size to then consist of
the remaining good sectors.
I wonder if you have an intermittent connection. You could try opening it up and making sure the drive was seated into the connector properly. See the initial steps of Denny's battery change guide to see how to do it.
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Posted on Oct 12, 2007
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