Question about Transcend T.sonic 610 MP3 Player
I was using Lap Top with Linux Fedora OS to write files/songs to this music player. later i noticed that i am not able to delete some unwanted files. For some time i ignored this problem. But off late, I wanted to delete lot of files so i tried to format it with another laptop having windows XP. for this i tried 5-6 attempts.
Now this is not getting switched on(flashes the switching on & then turns off within milliseconds), the disk shows disk space 0 gb & used space 0 gb.
Also, while trying with linux, the drive just flashes and disappears.if tried to immidiately open it in numerous attempts, it shows "There is probably no media in the drive".
Kindly help. �
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Plug the device into the computer open the device port that it's pluged into and delete everything that you downloaded onto it and then retry to download the supported format that the device supports.
Posted on Dec 21, 2007
I formatted my Transcend T.sonic 610 1 GB by and now it doesn't read
any music (mp3) files. It also shows that the entire space is free even
though I have music files stored on it..........
Create a folder MP3 and copy all songs into it...then try readung it...i think this should work.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
SOURCE: Not able to format my mp3 player
I had the same problem, which I solved by downloading an update to the 530's firmware, at http://www.transcend.nl/support/dlcenter/Driver/TS530FWV1.4.zip
When I ran it, it told me the unit had to be reinitialized, which I accepted. Unit went off, then I unplugged it, plugged it back in, and the new hardware found wizard went on. After letting it run, I got the message that the hardware was installed. However, the unit did not appear in my list of available drives. I then ran the firmware update again, and voila! The unit's memory can be accessed.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
Hi buddy!!!! let me assure you that your problem is very simple and infact, not a problem at all. you must have had ( unknowingly,ofcourse) slid the mp3 lock slide button which is present on one of the sides of ur mp3 player.just slide the switch to unlock mode and ur problem is fixed!!!!!!!.
here is the cherry on the pie : eventhough you have formatted ur mp3 player , you will find (when you follow the steps as mentioned above ) all the songs in your mp3 player to be intact.that is one of the userfriendly features of the slide button.
p.s : please drop a comment and let me know if that worked.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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