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Windows media player vs. h10 20gb

I have had my IRiver H10 for about a couple years now and I never had any major problems with downloading music before from Windows Media Player. I had recently changed music in my playlists and was about to download the new lists, but they will not download. What happens is that it will download a song or two and abort the rest. I have tried restarting my H10 and then retrying to download the music, but it has not seemed to work. Would anyone know if this is a problem with the Media player or is it my H10? Thank you for any solutions.

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  • Anonymous Nov 03, 2007

    I have had my H10 for a couple of years and totally love it. Recently it will no longer let me move music on or off of the player. It will copy a couple of songs, and then I get a Windows message "can't continue because the destination is busy or not found".

    Totally sucks.

    I love the 20 Gb HDD and the FM radio, not to mention the sturdy metal case, but I am tweaked about the inability to replace songs I no longer want on the unit with things I do want.

    I tried to upgrade the firmware but can not get the H10 to start in "UMS mode" according to iRiver's directions, and so the firmware updater does not give me the option to proceed.

    Any help greatly appreciated.

    And to iRiver, Creative Labs, and the rest - I don't give two cents about watching video on a handheld. I want my high-capacity MP3 player with FM radio. Is that so freakin' hard to understand?

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Fimrware upgrade might actually result in this problem - check the iRiver help forums - i believe I saw a horde of people with this issue

Posted on Jun 26, 2008

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