Question about iRiver H10 MP3 Player
When your iriver H10 has corrupt files you may want to solve the issue by formatting the player's hard drive.
This is how I did it with my H10 5GB (so called 'MTP device' thats recognized by Windows as a portable device i.e. "Windows Portable devices".
To do so follow 2 steps: step 1: Format the hard drive of your H10. step 2: Re-install the player's firmware.
step 1: Format the hard drive of your H10: --------- 1. Make sure your H10 is turned off and disconnected from the computer. 2. Take out the battery, wait a second, and put the battery back in. 3. Turn on the hold switch (so that you don't accidentally turn the H10 on all the way). 4. Plug the H10 into your computer. 5. Turn on the H10 while holding the "O" button. On your H10 screen You will see the message "UMS Mode" if you have done everything correctly. You can now let go of the "O" button. 6. On your computer, start Windows Explorer, navigate to the drive, right click and select 'Format'.
step 2: Re-install the player's firmware. --------- 1. Download and install iriver Firmware Updater v188.8.131.52. I found a downloadable copy on this website: http://www.opendrivers.com/driver/237145/iriver-firmware-updater-v184.108.40.206-for-mtp-devices-windows-free-download.html 2. Start the newly installed software and follow the Wizard. I clicked the 'USA' button when asked where I bought the device. This should install the MTP firmware. 3. Wait for the software to complete and disconnect your device from the computer. 4. Wait for your device to install the new Firmware.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Contact the manufacturer's website/phone number for more details, but the database is corrupt and will need a firmware upgrade to resolve. Most manuf have the upgrade available via their website (unless it's one of the out-of-business companies).
Posted on May 23, 2008
You are going to have to start again, first connect the unit to your computer copy anything you want to save piccys movies and stuff but not the corrupted music files, Format the drive, then goto http://www.nodevice.com/driver/_PVR-H140/get33981.html download the driver files and re-install to the PVR, then copy all your mp3 files back.........
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
What is the make and model number of the mp3 player? Assuming you are using Windows, If you can view the disk in My Computer, right click on the drive, select properties, tools tab, in the error checking option select check now.
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
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