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if you downloaded videos to pc/laptop...connect iriver to pc/laptop via usb cable ..open my computer/iriver.....go to start again open my computer/c drive/find the video files..(both windows iriver & c drive)...now copy the video from c drive and paste to iriver (or click and drag)
Sure, connect to your computer via proprietary USB cable that comes with the device. Your computer should automatically recognize the new Spinn device. Software is also included in order to manage music, video, & ebooks (text files). Install Iriver Plus 3. Perform media search on your computer. Select files you want to put on your Spinn. Then transfer to your device. Make sure eject your device for safe removal. Thats it.
It's a fairly simple process. First, download and save your songs of choice in a folder you can remember and access easily. Secondly, plug in the iriver (or any mp3, really). My iriver has "power only, power and play and power and data" options. I think you have to select the "power and data". If done correctly, the mp3 screen will have something like "USB connected". Now open "my computers". Find and copy desired songs. Now go back to my computers and open the iriver folder (I think it's in removable storage, I'm not quite sure). Get to the music folder (can't remember what it's called) and paste your songs. Eject hardware, unplug, done!
Yes, try running a format from your computer to the IRiver with it plugged into the USB port. I have done this with several friends MP3 players and it works great. In other words plug your MP3 player into your computer as you usually do and from windows or dos in your accessories run a regular format of the MTP portable device or whichever drive dos says it is. Then presto you can again load music or whatever your MP3 player take into it again.
yes i river has got customer support in online
but i don t know how efficient it is
if you had brought it from india , you better contact the vndor and ask for its warranty support man
give a try connect the i river to another computer with windows xp (i prefer)
and then install the software bundled up with your device and try to format the device via the software and then disconnect the device and power it on
it will work i think
Try to re-format it.
on player go to settings, then advanced then format. select format, say yes and it should reboot.
if that doesn't work you need to upgrade the firmware. got to iriveramerica.com, support, ultra portabale support and download firmware updater software. Not a bad idea to upgrade firmware in either case.
Your music will be lost when you format but you can simply re-load it from your music manager on your PC.