1. go down to settings
2. remote control
3. find your tv brand (mines in ect(more brands))
4. point at tv (when on)
5. Scroll down list of numbers (#00; #01; ect)
6.go down to the bottom and if your tv dosn't turn off your tv isnt supported.
7. If it is supported click on the number your tv was
8. go back to the main menu
9. put it on hold (switch on side)
10. your done!
up - channel up
down - channel down
left - volume down
right - volume up
power - off/on
smart key - mute
vol up - volume up
vol dwn - volume down
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I am afraid to my knowledge there is no support locally but the best you can do is to approach the experienced audio service centre near your location and ask them to make a preliminary investigation for a possible solution, I hope that fault will be minimal to solve, other wise do not spend much. Good day
yea the iriver x20 isn't very reliable when it comes to video files. there could be like 10 things wrong with the codec and even if u fix all of them it doesn't help. your best bet is to convert to wmv using the iriver program or another program like winavi converter. its really fustrating i know but its just how the iriver works.
OK, one day i turned on mu iriver and it's say's "system file missing to restore the system files connect to H10 to iriver and i dont know how to connect it.The other proplem when playing the music it's like a scratch CD i dont know how to fix it.
Somehow the driver went missing. Click on "My Computer" and then click "view system information," then "hardware," then "device manager," then click on iRiver (it'll be there even without the driver) and then it will give you a yes/no option to look for driver software. Obviously, click "yes" but notice that you are also cued to put in a CD "if you have one." I still had the CD. It will search both the CD and online for a driver, but the computer found the driver software on the CD. Make sure you only put the CD in when cued to do so. If you don't have the CD, then contact iRiver about getting a driver download or having them send you a copy of the CD.