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Ivo-Sound m1050. Tried to upgrade firmware

Ivo-Sound m1050. Tried to upgrade firmware but might have deleted the system files, now the player does not turn on. My computer still recognize the default F drive for the player but the folder is empty. Tried to paste the files off the enclosed driver cd, but it does nothing. Still does not turn on. There is supposed to be a G drive and a F drive for the player. Is there a way or process to reinstall all the system files from sratch?

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· Make sure you have media player 11
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Posted on Jan 15, 2008

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SOURCE: Delete or reset a wrong firmware file for IVO- m600 mp3 Player (Rockchip)

This is how to get into update mode,

All you do is this,

1) Switch the player OFF using the main on/off switch.

2) Hold down the "MENU" or the "PLAY" button and keep it held down.(try the other buttons if these dont work)

3) Connect the usb to the player.

4) Wait for about 10 seconds before releasing the button.

5) You should be now in "ROCK USB" upgrade mode

6) Then just start ConsumerUpdate and upload your firmware.

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The mp3 player was on MTP mode; it needed to be switched to USB mode, which can be done by holding the M button for a few seconds while the player is plugged in to the computer.

Posted on Jun 10, 2009

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System files are missing


How to recover system files on H10?1.4_4_2012_7_54_27_am.jpg2. LCD on H10 displays "USB Connected" and then double click "My computer".
3. Click right mouse on "H10" drive and select "Properties"
4_4_2012_7_55_46_am.gif4. Go to Tools -> Error checking -> Check Now -> Check "Automatically fix file system errors" and click start.
4_4_2012_7_56_53_am.gif5. It will take you around 1~2 minutes, 5 minutes at maximum.
4_4_2012_7_57_35_am.gif6. Go to "Tools -> Folder Options -> View" on Windows Explorer. Uncheck "Hide protected operating system files(recommended)". Click OK to save properties.
4_4_2012_7_58_37_am.gif4_4_2012_7_59_08_am.gif7. Double click on "H10 drive" and delete "System" folder.
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8. Open iriverplus and transfer music.

If your device was detecting by USB cable. Then update the firmware for this device:
1. Please open iriverplus3 and connect your device with USB cable.
2. After connecting your device, please follow the steps below to upgrade New Firmware
** Tools -> Portable Device -> Firmware Upgrade **
3. After upgrading the New Firmware, please check the firmware version before playing device.
** Setting -> Advanced -> System information **

Hope this will resolve the issue.

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I need HELP!! i messed up my new iVO-Sound m260 Video MP3 (8GB)..


My suggestion is to go to the Manufacture's site and look for a FAQ on your problem or contact their Customer support and see if they can help you. Not knowing which brand name and model you have we can't be to much help. Some Manufactures have a great support site on the web, others make you submit a claim to help you. But, I do believe it can be straightened out and put back in working order. .

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I would advise reffering to the Samsung website and reinstalling the firmware on the unit. This should install the files you deleted.

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Target Base MP3 Player file system error


Unfortunately, the firmware upgrades will not usually result in reloading all the system files from the original firmware. If your unit was displaying "File system error" right out of the box, then your player was probably previosuly-owned. If it is a new problem, a key system file could have been deleted manually or through a basic incompatibility with Windows Media Player 11. At any rate, you will need to go ahead and replace the player if the firmware upgrade does not resolve the issue. Does target even have a firmware update on their website?

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Try the firmware upgrade to see if it will relaod the ysstem files. Also, try the Sansa Recovery Too lfrom the sandisk website as a backup. Some players allow you to reload the firmware once a system file has been deleted, but others do not allow it.

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My systerm files is missing


Go to the iRiver website, and see about getting a firmware upgrade. Most mp3 player companies can not restore the player's software using a firmware upgrade or reload, but some of them can. Once the system files are missing/deleted, if the firmware upgrade/reload does not resolve the problem, then the player is history. Hopefully, iRiver's upgrade will resolve that issue. Good luck!

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RCA TH1100A


The only thing you can try is upgrade the firmware - in the process of deleting songs, you may have accidentally erased a system file or two - if the firmware can't be reloaded, then the player is unusable at this point:
perform a firmware upgrade to
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– Please go to http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com/faq
for more details.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

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Audio files are songs. I hope you don't mean system files. If you deleted system files or folders, go to RCA's website and get the firmware upgrade - hopefully it will add those files back.

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Sometimes a firmware upgrade will provide enough of a replacement - go to manufacturer's website and see if you can get the firmware upgrade. In some cases, this type of deletion can be difficult/impossible to fix.

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Delete or reset a wrong firmware file for IVO- m600 mp3 Player (Rockchip)


This is how to get into update mode,

All you do is this,

1) Switch the player OFF using the main on/off switch.

2) Hold down the "MENU" or the "PLAY" button and keep it held down.(try the other buttons if these dont work)

3) Connect the usb to the player.

4) Wait for about 10 seconds before releasing the button.

5) You should be now in "ROCK USB" upgrade mode

6) Then just start ConsumerUpdate and upload your firmware.

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