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When i boot the player, i get System files missing

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  • DanceInPA May 11, 2010

    Iriver H10 5GB screen says "USB Connected" and drive letter (F:) for it appears in Windows Explorer, but no driver for it appears in Control Panel/Administrative Tools/Computer Management/Storage/Disk Management. Right-clicking F: in Windows Explorer and selecting format does nothing either. And attempts with firmware upgrade and recovery tool do not seem to recognize the H10 as being connected. What next??

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Go to controll panel administrative tools system maneger select the second option then the 3rd..ul see ur driver right click and format

Posted on May 15, 2008

  • mike nasr May 12, 2010

    did u get any driver/cd with the product?

    did u tried to acces it from command promt?

    do u know how to use live cds? like puppy linux?

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Symptoms:
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Cause:
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Resolution:
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<Windows root>\system32\hal.dll"


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"Windows could not start not start because the following file is missing or corrupt:
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Could not read from the selected boot disk, Check boot path and disk hardware."


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System volume contains an older boot loader than the boot volume requires - e.g. XP SP2 installed after XP x64

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some of your operating system files is missing/corrupt, that's why the main windows cannot open/load.

You will need to repair your windows operating system (win xp/vista), in other to solve this problem.

To repair your windows, you will be needing a windows operating system CD, insert it into your player and run setup. While you are installing, it will get to a stage where the system will ask you if you want to restore, click restore and the missing/corrupt files will be reinstalled.

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The procedure depends on what version you have.

Below there is the procedure for 20 GB , on other models procedure is the same, but you must find the right download for your model.

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TO RESTORE "SYSTEM FILES MISSING" LOCKED PLAYER

--- This applies ONLY to the 20 gig version of the H10! ---

--- This procedure formats your H10 so all data will be erased on the player! ---

1. Power off H10 - 20gig unit.

2. Insert staple or other small object into reset hole to press reset button.

3. Connect player to USB cable.

3. Hold down Select key (labeled "O" - right button on front of player) while also holding down power key until player boots.

4. Unit must display "Emergency Connection."

5. Unit will now appear as a drive under My Computer. Right click on drive, select Format. No need to change anything, just proceed.

6. Download H10_20GB_System.exe. It is a self-extracting archive. Double click on it and unzip to c:\iriver.

http://www.iriveramerica.com/downloa...0GB_System.exe

7. Locate iriver directory, double click. You will see H10. Double click once again; you will see System.

8. Right click on system, select "Send to" and choose the directory of the player.

from System Files Missing

If you have the 5 or 6 GB see iriver - H10 5/6 GB Series Support


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