Question about Audio Players & Recorders
You sure the f-40 has to be off so windows can go into recovery mode? Thanks I appreciate the help!!!!
Make sure you reset the player first
Yes, IF the method works for your player, the player must be turned off before replugging
The support website for this product is non-existent for a Toshiba F40 - it has a "T401," but it still has no FAQ or user's manual; I found a firmware update when i entered firmware f40, but i cannot verify if it was the correct model # firmware upgrade
Since the support is so sucky, I would consider calling Toshiba for a solution. It's an older model, so they may not even support it anymore (in Mp3 time, 3 years is old)
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