Question about Trekstor 74312 i.Beat sonix 2 GB MP3 Player Digital Media Player
I had the same problem, and I managed to solve it.
Disconnect all network drives and then try again.
First time my mp3 player drive label was G:, during weeks I added some new
network drives, also G:.
Now if I plugged my mp3 player to my comp, its confused, because G: was already taken. So, disconnect all drives and you should be able to reboot/update mp3 drive.
Posted on Nov 07, 2011
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