My t30 does not connect to any pc(windows,linux), no more files transfer, the firmware is broken :-(( hardware is ok, all functions mic/rec/menu/settings work probably i need to do low-level flashing, then i need a dos or xp driver for t30 where to get it?
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Depending on your linux distrobution, you will need to check the /etc/samba or /etc/smb configuration file, within that file there will be a place to set your windowsfile sharing password. then you will be able to transfer data across the local network between your linux / windows machine again..
however, if you've actually changed the password for the linux user account that enabled the samba file sharing, you will need to either remember that password, or set a new one from the root account byt typing the following command in a terminal / bash / shell session:
Task: Set or change user password
Type passwd command as follows>
$ passwd <user>
Changing password for <user> Enter new password: Retype new password: passwd: password updated successfully NOTE: when typing the password, you may not see the password you are typing.. You need to replace <user> with the username you are changing the password for.
OK, this problem was driving me almost to tears with frustration but have managed to bodge-solve it so hope this helps!
Right click My computer and select Properties.
Click on Hardware tab.
Click on Device Manager.
Hopefully there is a yellow question mark symbol against Iriver T30 listed under other devices or portable devices or something.
Right click this then select Update Driver.
Tell it that you are going to manually update the driver yourself.
Eventually you will have to select what type of device it is - select portable device.
Now click on MTP device and click next to install the driver.
Hopefully now it is recognised by XP in My Computer....
1. Connect the player to PC.
2. Open WindowExplorer on PC.
3. Select the file to save and drag-and drop it into the
removable disc icon. You can also transfer file fromthe
player to your PC.
Do not remove the player while it's transferring files.
It might currupt or damage the firmware and or files
on the player. If the player is accidently removed
while transferring and does not work properly,
remove battery for 3 seconds and replace it.
Disconnecting the Player
After completing the file t ransfer, you must disconnect the
player as following direction:
Double-click on the green arrow in the taskbar on the
bottomright of the window.
When the [Stop a Hardware] message appears, press the
[OK] button and disconnect the USB port.
It can also be caused by transferring DRM (Digital Rights Management)
encoded media files via the drag and drop method. It is recommended that
you use the drag and drop method to transfer audio files that are not encoded
with DRM. If in doubt, use either Creative MediaSource Organizer or Windows
Media Player to transfer your files.
To resolve this difficulty, we recommend that you format the player and
transfer the content again. You can also download and install the latest
firmware, and select the Format Data Area option during firmware update.
To format a MuVo player, connect it to a USB port on your PC. Open the Windows
Explorer, and locate the Removable Drive listing and right
click on it. Select Format, and choose FAT instead of FAT32 or NTFS. After
the formatting is complete, make sure that you stop your player before disconnecting
it from your PC (see above)
To update or reload the firmware for a MuVo player, select the model of
your player from below.
This firmware upgrade only works with Creative MuVo Micro N200 players.
Do not install this upgrade to other players.
You will lose all content in your player when you install the firmware.
Back up any audio or data files in your player to your computer before
upgrading the firmware.
Before installing the firmware, please complete the following procedures:
Connect your player to your PC if it is not already connected.
Double click the firmware upgrade file.
When prompted to set your player in Recovery mode, disconnect
your player from your PC.
Remove the battery from the player, press and hold the Play button
while connecting the player to the USB port.
Continue to hold the Play button for about 10 seconds after
your player is connected to the USB port.
When the Find New Hardware dialog box appears on your PC screen,
release the Play button.
If this is the first time a player is installed as Player Recovery
Device, Windows will find a Player Recovery Device (or USB Device),
and prompt you for drivers. Click on No , and select Do
not search. I will choose the driver to install. Windows will install
the necessary drivers automatically.
Double click on the downloaded firmware again (MuVoN200_PCFW_LF_1_20_04.exe)
to update the player's firmware.
During the firmware update process, make sure to check the box next
to Format Data Area under Download options.
1. remove all creative software from your pc (do this from start menu/settings/control panel/add or remove programs)
2. Uninstall Windows Media Player 11 and Windows Media Player 11 runtime. This will rollback the pc to an earlier version of WMP.
3. Download the latest version of the zen driver from this location: http://us.creative.com/support/downl...ame=Windows+XP
4. Make sure the zen is not connected to the pc and install run the exe file to install the software on your pc. at some point, the install will tell you that the unit is not connected. Connect the unit to proceed. it will also notify you that you are replacing an existing software, or something to that effect. I accepted or said OK to this popup. Once the firmware is installed, my started to work fine. You can now reinstall WMP from microsoft website. Hope this works for you. you might want to verify that your new player has the latest firmware available, as this might address the unresponsive-button issue you're having. Firmware updates are surprisingly easy - you just download the firmware file from Creative's website, plug in your player, and double-click the downloaded file. It's that easy.
download the updater. unzip the file and run the installation program. after you have install the iriver firmware updater, run the program. it will automatically detect what you need. follow the instructions. if the updater stops at 50% don't worry. wait bout a min or 2 then unplug your T30 and it will update by itself