I seemed to have a similar problem. What helped for me was plugging the e10 in as a USB, rather than opening up the iriver program. Then open up the e10 device through the C: drive and access the Music folder - you might be surprised to find that there is content in there which doesn't show up on the device, but is still clogging up the storage space. Hope this helps.
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are you sure you want to do that (format).. format will erase everything music media and software...
if you really want to format, plug e10 up to pc...goto my computer..open the e10...and copy the software (hidden also) and paste to a temp folder on the pc....now right click on the e10.. scroll down to format drive...ok, done now go back to that temp folder and copy all the software and paste back to e10... you should a brand new like e10 (starting all over, add your mp3 files)
well it seems you deleted your songs but not the titles. weird huh but that happened to me too. so hook it up to your computer, go to " my computer", and then right the icon that is your device, and then click format and that should take care of that.
why not try the avi format video?
Just get this tool to help you. 1. load your file to Video Sharer 2. choose AVI format 3. click" convert" button. Then you will get the right format. Here is the tool for you: http://www.asharer.com/download-video-sharer
There are 2 conditions related to the e10 Emergency USB message.
1. If your PC does NOT recognise the iriver as a USB device/drive, there is an issue with the Hard Drive.
2. If your PC DOES recognise the iriver as a USB device/drive and can read the files, there is an issue with the Circuitry in your e10.
In either case, your iriver needs to be returned to the manufacturer. If in warranty you can get this repaired at no cost (of course).