Question about iRiver H320 MP3 Player
I have an iRiver H320 digital music player. When I connect it via the USB cable, it appears as a disk drive. When I first got this player, it was easy to copy songs by dragging folders over to the drive. It worked fine. Now every time I try to do that I get a "cyclic redundancy check" error. I can't copy ANYTHING to the player. I even upgraded the firmware and reformatted the drive. Now it has nothing on it, and in my attempts to copy the music back to the drive (the same music that was already on it, plus some additional) I get the error message. I have tried also syncing with Windows Media Player. That worked for awhile, and I got some files onto the player, but then it also stopped working. iRiver has no support whatsoever, so I am left stuck with a useless player and no one to help me. I don't understand what that "cyclic redundancy check" error means.
Check the pins inside the usb "on the player" could be damaged .
Posted on Oct 07, 2013
First format with cmd Go start run then write cmd and chkdsk f:or d: or e:... then try to install those updatet driver :
First format with cmd
Go start run then write cmd and chkdsk f:or d: or e:...
then try to install those updatet driver :
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