Question about iLO (2 GB) MP3 Player
What would happen if I zapped my Coby mp-c591 mp3 audio/video.
My cat stopped the usb transfer by stepping on the cable. I now have
corrupt filenames. I called Coby and the unit has a 90 second warranty.
I figure the brains are on a chip and the files are on the hard drive.
I have reformatted the mp3. It now thinks that there is nothing there,
although there are 11 gb of audio and jpg on board. It would allow me
to use the remaining space for something, but the folders are
missing......What do you think?
Reformatting will erase the music and picture files for sure - in some instances, it can also delete a player's native formatting, which requires a firmware upgrade to resolve. It looks like you've tried quite a few methods to re-add those files - have you tried the firmware upgrade yet from Coby's website?
Posted on Jun 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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