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My coby 2 gb says file system err when I turn it on...so scrolling down to all app..music.. photo ..movie ..fm radio.. e book...everything i scroll to sez file sys err...HELP

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Hello,
There's a firmware update for File Sys Error for the MP610.
Go to the support site:
http://www.cobyusa.com/?p=support

Enter MP610 in the Product Search bar: All support for this player shows up.
Select and download the Firmware Update. After the download unzip the file and read the pdf file for instructions to solve the display malfunction.

Posted on May 01, 2010

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Product Description: Coby MP6104GBLK MP6104G 4GB Color Display Flash MP3 Player Radio.
1.8 inch color LCD display.
Integrated flash memory.
Plays music, video, photos, and text.
Integrated FM radio.
ID3 and LRC support for song and lyric information display.
USB 2.0 Hi-Speed for fast file transfers.
Integrated rechargeable battery.
Color: Black.
Memory Capacity: 4GB.
Display Type: 1.8 inch TFT LCD.
Display Resolution: 128 x 160.
Media Support: Integrated Flash.
Format Support: Audio: MP3, WMA; Video: MTV; Photo: JPG; Text: TXT.
OS Support: Windows Vista/XP/2000.
Menu Language Support: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, German.
Additional Functions: FM Tuner.
Audio Output: 3.5mm Headphone.
PC Interface: USB 2.0 Hi-Speed.
Power: Integrated Rechargeable Lithium Polymer Battery.
Battery Life: Capacity: 350mAh; Audio Play Time: 8hr.
Unit Dimension (WHD): 1.65 x 3.66 x 0.38 inch.

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My coby player cannot read any file, only shows me file err sys. mp600


Here is a review: http://reviews.cnet.com/mp3-players/coby-mp-600-digital/4505-6490_7-33577322.html
Scroll down for the cnet review. You will find there all the file formats supported.
If you need further assistance, just leave a comment. Cheers

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What ever i push in the main menu, it says file sys err


It sounds like something has become corrupted in the main files. If you have all your photos, music and videos STILL on your computer - YOU DID SOMETHING RIGHT!

STEP ONE:

In order to not loose the Coby MANAGER FOLDER

1. Go into "My Computer" Coby will show up under "Removable Drive/ Storage"
2. Double Click the icon to open the Coby player.
3. Save ALL the system folders to a folder you create on your desktop.
(You might want to save everything including your music, movies and photos also! That makes it easier to restore them later.)
A. Right Click and Hold the Mouse on each folder -
B. Drag to the desktop folder you created
C. Release the mouse button
D. Select "COPY HERE" on the pop-up screen
E. Double check that your properties for the desktop folder is the same size, # of folders and # of files - as the ones on the player.
1. Go to EDIT /Select ALL in folder
2. Go to FILE /Properties
3. Choose "Properties"

If the same size, # of folders, # of files are both on your computer and in the player, Close out all opened folders (that you're using to view the contents of the player)
F. Disconnect the player from the computer using the Coby Manager or Safely Remove Hardware.


STEP TWO:

1. Go into Coby Manager the program is still on your computer unless you've changed computers or computer drives. (See Below STEP THREE)
2. Go to Device Tab
3. Make sure the Coby Player is TURNED OFF ! ! !
3. Attach player to Computer
4. It will show up in the Device Tab of Coby Manager
5. In the lower right hand corner you will see a button "FORMAT"
a. Take a deep breath, gently click on format, squeeze eyes tightly shut... Pray LOUDLY NO WAIT!!! That's not right... I digress...
a. Click on FORMAT
b. Let the program re-format the drive -

THIS WILL MAKE YOU LOOSE
ALL INFORMATION ON THE PLAYER ! ! !

That's why you COPIED all the information above to your computer, right???

STEP THREE:

The player will now be re-formatted, and will no longer have the Coby Manager PROGRAM on the PLAYER. You can download a new copy from here:

CobyMedia Manager fix for MP822 (Windows XP/2000/Vista)

(But, you DID save it in the first steps, didn't you??) You will need it if you change computers, or computer drives...

6. Start re-synchronizing your music, movies, photos to your player. You can use the folders you originally used under the "Music" Tab, "Movies" Tab and "Photo" TABs.

OR

You can use the folders from the folder you created in STEP ONE.

ENJOY!

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I just fixed my co workers device. Plug in the device into the PC after it plugged into the pc, the pc will detect the device after the device is detected. In My Computer, double click on the coby device, it will bring you to the the storage device, its also named coby something. right click on it and format. You'll lose all your data but the file system error message will be fixed. Reload music and you're back and running.

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My coby mp3 mp-610 keeps saying file sys err hod do i fix it


http://http.vitalstreamcdn.com/cobyelectronics_vitalstream_com/software/MP610_Firmware.zip

Download that. It contains a firmware update that is meant to fix the "file sys err" problem. I got it directly from the Coby website and it works perfectly.

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