My son's player started sayig the "boot error shutting down" message...then it stopped that message...and went to "creating playlist" and then "no files"...we tried to save files to it and once its disconnected it says "no files" again...not sure if it needs to be formatted or the firmware updated or what...HELP!!! Pleaaassee!!
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Hi..i have solution for this issue burnout 3 takedown with mcboot users only in ps2 saving error fixed, If you are using OPL or you have to download OPL v0.8 here:http://psx-scene.com/forums/attachments/f150/22271d1291812361-open-ps2-loader-project-v0-8-openps2loader_0.8.zip. it is elf file you easily boot from usb or mc once you done. ulaunchELF then browse and launch OPL v0.8 just go game setting on main manu put over burnout 3 by pressing triangle there is a option game setting there you can see VMC(Virtual memory card) VMC Slot 1 <not set> just select this and burnout 3 game code will appear just rename it as 001 and just create it. Thats all here after it won't save by MC it will through your HDD or USB HDD whatever you're using it and one more thing there should be a folder create VMC/ in HDD directory. Play burnout 3 take down without save error free..Enjoy pls comment.
I just resolved this same boot error problem with my Memorex MMP8567 mp3 player. After talking to technical support, they could not resolve it, so I decided to try it myself. Here is what I did step by step:
1. Downloaded and installed the firmware for the player from memorex web site.
2. In windows xp, click on Start>All Programs>Digital Audio Player>Memorex MMP8567 Firmware Download to start the firmware program.
3. Connect the USB cable for the player to the computer's USB port.
4. Remove battery from the mp3 player and connect it to USB cable. At the same time depress and hold BOTH the 'menu' button on the left of the player and the volume control button on the right of the player for a few seconds until you see "initializing" in your firmware software program. Then click on the "format" option within this same firmware program. (Note: this will erase all your files on the player, but will also get rid of whatever is causing the boot errors!)
5. When the firmware program is ready, click on start and wait until it is finished.
You may have let a magnet get near the mp3 player. Go to "My Computer" Then double click on the Mp3 player. You will see "Internal Storage" Icon. Right click it and click format. You will lose all data on the device. Also upgrading to 3.003 does not fix the Boot error problem.