Question about Audio Players & Recorders
This Is A Firmware Problem With Your MP Player.
The Firmware, Is A Small Program Flashed Onto A Memory Chip In The Player.
Whats Probably Happened Is That The Firmware ( the MP3 Players Operating System Instruction ) Has Been Corrupted.
Some Players are supported By The Manufacturer, to have firmware update downloads. wherby you,ll download a small file, and re-flash the device.
****Warning a Firmware Flash May Render Your Device unusable**** If the Flash Is Corrupt Or Incomplete, The Device May never Function Again. it is suggested that if a firmware update is downloadable, you should only download from a reliable source. And Backup your Existing Firmware If and Where possible. Always follow the manufacturers Instruction To The Procedures Listed.
**** Alternative Option:- If the Player Is Detected As A device by your Computer. You Can Right Click And Format. This Can Sometimes Remedy The Problem, But May Also render The Device Useless. Do Some Research For Attempting Either.
****** I Accept No Liability For My Proposed Suggestions****
Only Offer Help And Advice, To Solving Problems**
Mike @ Compurepair.
Posted on Feb 28, 2008
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