Question about iRiver T30 MP3 Player
Hi there, there are many ways to copy /transfer music to your player. Here¡¦s a common and simple way to do this process using Windows Explorer. Follow the instructions below: -Connect the disk storage (MP3 player) to your computers USB port. If the computer pops up a window asking what do you want windows to do? Click cancel. -Right click on My Computer and click on Explore. A split window will pop up and display the contents and drives on your computer. Look for the drive Removable Disk (E:) [The letter drive may vary depending on your computer] This is your MP3 player. -Next, drop down My Documents and click on the My Music folder. If you store your music files in a different location then find that folder. -Take a file from the My Music folder or where ever you store your music files, click on the music file drag and drop it into the E: Removable Disk on the left of the window. A window will pop up and display the progress of the copying. Repeat the process until your player is full. You have completed the file copy/transfer process! If this helped, then please rate, thank you!
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– Bootable CD image – CD Image(click to download)can also be burned onto a USB drive or key
How to make the CD
Unzip the file and there will be an ISO image file (cd070409iso). This can be burned to CD using whichever CD Burning program you like, Nero is my recommendation.
The CD will boot with most BIOSes, see your manual on how to set it to boot from CD.
Boot from the CD.
You will see the following screen begin to load; Hit Enter when you see boot:
You will then need to select the partition on your hard drive where Windows is installed. In this example it is simple since there is only 1 partition. Type the number of the partition – in this case 1 and hit Enter.
You will then be prompted for the PATH and registry files. In most cases the default value is fine. Just Hit Enter.
You will then be brought to a menu to reset the password. The option is 1. Type the number 1 and hit Enter.
The next step is to select the option to Edit User Data and Passwords. Type the number 1 and hit Enter. The local user accounts will be displayed on screen.
Type in the name of the local account for which you want to reset the password, then hit Enter.
Type in the new password for the account and hit Enter.
When you are prompted if you really want to change the password, type Y for yes and hit Enter.
At the next screen type ! (exclamation mark) and hit Enter to quit.
You will be prompted to write the files to the hard drive so that the changes will take effect. Type Y for yes and hit Enter.
This will then take you back to the main menu. Type q for quit and hit Enter.
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