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I would reset the player first. As long as you are absolutely sure that the hold button is not engaged, then resetting the player ought to make the hold message disappear. If the reset fails, plug the iRiver into the computer to see if the computer will recognize the player. If it does, then go ahead and update the firmware on the player from iRiver's website - it will have the side effect of fixing your issue.
download the updater. unzip the file and run the installation program. after you have install the iriver firmware updater, run the program. it will automatically detect what you need. follow the instructions. if the updater stops at 50% don't worry. wait bout a min or 2 then unplug your T30 and it will update by itself