Question about iRiver H320 MP3 Player
Last month while playing music through a speaker my player died for no reason and hasn't turned on since. It wasn't dropped or wet etc. I wasn't even holding it (it was lying on my bed). My player was about 2 years old. This must be a battery problem right?
I had a similar problem. It seemed to just die with a light blue backlight, not the usual one. It would not turn off or on. I thought it was gone for good. However, I re-installed the driver (in control panel, system, hardware, device manager) I had to do this a number of times, with the h320 attached by usb and not attached. After a number of attempts, I got a message 'disconnect iriver h320' I then let the 320 completely lose its battery power (over a day or so) then attached the charger and got the charging message. It works fine now. Hope this helps
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