Firstly, the mp3 player's files became corrupted, along with the directory, making it impossible to access. So, I followed logic - formatted it, but now it does not work at all, only turning on, showing jibberish and turning off. I gather I've deleted the drivers and things that make it all work - question is, can I get them back to working order?
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You can delete songs off your Eclipse MP3 player by connecting it to your computer. You can usually manage files on your MP3 player by opening up the file directory under My Computer > Device Name. Also, you can usually manage files with media player software like Windows Media Player.
As the root directory is already full, you will first need to move or delete some files from your root directory before creating new folders in the root directory.
Hope it helps. Let me know how you go.
-try to move all songs outside the directory using your pc then test. if still not working, -insert your sd card to your phone and reformat it not on pc,then remove it and start again uploading mp3 songs then test.
well actually you can't just remove it alone just like that..since it is corrupted..you ll have to take back up n format your MP3 player !! that ll make your much safe and better..I suggest that you should format it as soon as possible..else it may corrupt other files..
I think that the instructions are not as fulsome as they could be. Once you have downloaded to the file called voice you need to right click on the briefcase and go to move to and then move to the drive you are using - in my case drive G. This should be done after instruction 4.4. Also the taskbar icon is hard to see but it is the one with the green arrow pointing south west.
first, and this is always good: If available, firmware for the Rio Carbon can be downloaded online.
Second, this might be the problem:
The Rio Carbon communicates with your computer differently in MTP mode than it does in MSC mode. When in MTP mode, the Rio Carbon cannot display hidden files in folders, cannot allow transfers to the root Rio Carbon directory, and cannot allow the creation of new folders. (Folders can be transferred to the Rio Carbon using drag-and-drop and copy-and-paste methods.) To use traditional folder options, change the Transfer Mode settings to put the Rio
Carbon in MSC mode.
"..Removing the Rio Carbon from a USB connection before Idle is displayed on the screen may result in a corrupting the player's file system.
If for any reason you suspect that your Rio player's file system has been corrupted, reformatting the player will restore the file system to its original state..."