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System files missing in H10 6gb

It hapened due to magnet fied.I tried to format the disck.but failed.It show emergency connection and then usb conected but it wont show in my computer as any device.

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Try 2 plug it in mac operating system mabe u will find something if not ty this trick by pluging it in a play station 2 usb enabled and try formating...

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My ipod is showing file system error


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File system error can appear due to unplugging the MP3 player without disconnecting it. It may have happened due to formatting it with a different file format or due to memory issue with the player. Please reformat your MP3/MP4 player. Connect it to the computer, go to My computer-> right click on the mp3/mp4 player after it is displayed-> select format-> Format it as FAT32 File system. Formatting the MP3/MP4 player will delete all the songs/data from the player. So, backup all data before formatting it. Hope this helps...


Daniel

Sep 18, 2010 | Philips GOGEAR SA6045 MP3 Player

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H10 iRiver frozen


bad bios in nit has to be flashed back by the maker iriver

Jan 31, 2008 | iRiver H10 MP3 Player

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How can i get my coby mp-610 stop saying file system error???


View MP-610:
http://www.cobyusa.com/?p=prod&prod_num_id=212&pcat_id=1001

Manual:
http://www.cobyusa.com/files/manuals/MP610_MN.pdf
Quick setup guide:
http://www.cobyusa.com/files/setupguide/MP610_SG.pdf

File system error refers to incomplete startup often due to low battery, faulty firmware or not matching files in the player.

When the startup failed try point 1.Resetting and 2.Charging:

1. Try to reset using the reset button hole on the backside (8).
299c492.jpg 2. Make a connection with the computer and have the device charging for a long period, full load needs 8 hours. Make connection directly to the USB of the computer preferred at the backside of the computer.
When using a laptop see to it that the USB is powered: laptops often switch the USB off going to sleep op hibernate mode.

When this didn't solve the problem, perform a format and reinstall of the firmware, point 4 - 8:
4. Connect the player to the computer and backup your data to the computer using the Windows explorer: copy MUSIC, MOVIE, PHOTO and TEXT directory to a location on the computer.
5. Format the removable disc of the player in Windows explorer.
Check your removable disk having its full memory capacity free after format.
6. Download the firmware for the player: firmware download for MP-610 ( zip file ):
http://www.cobyusa.com/files/software/MP610_Firmware.zip
7. Unzip the file: once unzipped there's a pdf instruction added in the zip file how to perform the firmware update.

8. After the firmware reinstallation the player is ready for transferring
data again. Remember the requirements for the format of files that is put on the player.

Sep 23, 2009 | Coby MP-610 MP3 Player

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Restore the system files, connect H10 to recovery tool


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.

For 20 GB :

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


Feb 24, 2009 | iRiver H10 MP3 Player

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NS-xV24 Insigna Pilot


1) Hold the power button (slider) in the on position for about 15-20 seconds to force the player to turn off, if it's already on.

2) Hold the menu button down and simultaneously hold the power button (slider) to the on position.

3) Do not let go when the device turns on. You will then get a screen message in black and white that reads (with a typo):

WARRING !!!

NAND FLASH MEMORY INITIALIZE......

"WARRING !!!" will appear in red (and probably should read "WARNING". You will have the options of "No" and "Yes".

4) Choose "Yes" to re-format your device.

Jun 24, 2008 | Insignia Pilot MP3 Player

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Gavin h10 5gb


Take the battery off, wait 10 seconds and put the battery back on. Then attempt to connect to the iRiver firmware updater in emergency mode. Then use the recovery tool, which will erase everything on the playe,r and re-format the drive.

Should result in a good-as-new player.

Nov 03, 2007 | iRiver H10 MP3 Player

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Player doesn't display some files


where did you get the songs from? make sure the files are in mp3 file format not in another format and make sure they are playing properly before transferring them to the player. The player can support MP3 and WMA files. IF you are sure they are mp3 format the player using USB mode and then retransfer them to the player.

Oct 07, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player

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Iriver H10 "System files missing".


Okay, my IRiver broke with the same kind of problems but I've managed to fix it!

First off i connected the IRiver to the pc, and whilst it was connecting, pressed the 'select' button (the one on the front with the circle on it) to force it to connect.

Next i right clicked on it and selected format to wipe everything off it (just to make sure it was blank).

Next, go to www.iriver.com and on the left hand side click Support->Download and click on H10 in the product box. On that page should be a file to download called "[MTP]H10 5G/5G Pure/6G Firmware Upgrader/Recovery Tool(US & EU only)". The download icon is just underneath the title of it, so download, unpack using winrar ot winzip etc, then double click and follow the instructions.

It wiped the songs off, but i have an IRiver that works! Its an awful product in my opinion, but better to have it working than not. Can't guarentee that it'll work for everyone but it fixed mine first time.

Hope it helps!

Sep 22, 2007 | iRiver H10 MP3 Player

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H10 System Files Missing


Sounds like a failing drive. From My Computer, right click on the drive and do a format before reinstalling the software on it. Choose full format, not quick. You WILL lose all your data that you had on it.

Jul 11, 2007 | iRiver H10 MP3 Player

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Missing system files


how reinstall the firmware for E10? the laptop doesnt see the HD of E10.

Mar 16, 2006 | iRiver H10 MP3 Player

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