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Unable to turn it off without resetting and losing the recorded material.

I asked this question before and there was a reply by gher2004 but I couldn't pull it up to read it. If you can email me as to how to get to operate on this site and get to the answer, I would appreciate it. When I get the iriver on and am recording from the FM tuner and try to turn it off it won't go off. The only way to get it to turn off is to reset. Of course, then you lose what you were recording.

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Ah, this is a tricky one. This has to do with the hardware management on your MP3 device. You need to check the battery properties and try to reset your firmware to the original mode, without any extra files, meaning: delete EVERYTHING, and try what you attempted to do from there. If this problem occurs again, this means that your MP3 battery life is poor. If thats the case, make sure you have a warranty on this product, and contact the company providers about a new battery.

don't panic!

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Posted on Mar 25, 2008

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