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Hitachi living systems model dmp400n

I put the mp3 player to recharge as i was sleeping and the power went out in the night so my mp3 player is starting to get all screwy now for some reason any idea why?

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  • fleer Feb 24, 2008

    I have a hitachi multimedia player model dmp108h 8gb. I charged the unit while sleeping and my computer went hibernated after a few hours. Now it refuses to work after the initial charge. The screen was stucked at 'initializing'.
    Perhaps it is a problem with the firmware
    but I have no idea where to upgrade. Poor quality indeed.

  • Anonymous Sep 05, 2008

    dead after the pc was in hibernating.

  • ashar034 Mar 09, 2009

    I have a Hitachi living system dmp108h 8gb player. When i turn its power at first it says initializing and then it says waiting for usb connection. When i plug in the usb it shows connected and my computer show a mtp portable device. I cannot format my player, i cannot copy any thing on the player.....

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This mp3 player problem incorrect format reformat the playre

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I've got one of these. All worked fine then both my PCs now declare it a corrupt device and refuse to recognise it! Player still works fine, plays, charges, etc but no PC connection.

Tried the reset but appears to do nothing (player just carries on doing what it doing). Is there a procedure for reset that I'm not following correctly?
Help will be much appreciated!

Posted on Mar 10, 2008

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My mp3 cant open because it dont have charg and it can not connect to pc what should i do please answer

Posted on Nov 06, 2012

Switch to ipod

Posted on Aug 02, 2008

The DMP-400N is just a wase of time, reinstall the software and then once it talking to your PC Reformat and then try puting your music back on , this will slove the problem ,as long as the DMP-400 is talking to the pc your ok, once you disconnect then you back to the same old thing, The 400 has got a software Problem

Posted on Jul 11, 2008

Was given one (dmp400n) as a present last week, and the same thing happened on the first night. I reset and reformatted it, and it now seems to work ok.

Posted on Mar 03, 2008

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