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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: "Boot Error, Sutting Down"
You may have let a magnet get near the mp3 player. Go to "My Computer" Then double click on the Mp3 player. You will see "Internal Storage" Icon. Right click it and click format. You will lose all data on the device. Also upgrading to 3.003 does not fix the Boot error problem.
Posted on Dec 23, 2007
SOURCE: my siren 4GB mp3 player
Why does my player display "Boot error, Shutting Down" when I switch it on?
"– The player has been formatted with the wrong system, for example NTFS, Mac OS or Unix. To enable it again for playing audio tracks, please format the player in FAT/FAT32 format."
– If formatting was not successful, please reinstall the firmware while the player is in Recovery mode (Refer to the chapter "If the player does not work" in your instruction manual).
Hope this helps. M~
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
SOURCE: memorex mmp8567
MMP8567 Digital Audio Player with 2GB
I also had problems with the error message “boot error.” So I thought time to buy a new MP3 player, but first let me try and upgrade the firmware. At first it would not work, so I figure make sure I had the music I wanted on my pc and just format it. I formatted twice. Then I finally download the website from the URL below and tried to upgrade it.
Then I installed the software on the PC and it installed a program that tried to upgrade the firmware. At first it would not work, so I looked at the directions which told me that the mp3 player had to be in an upgrade mode or something? The first time it failed so I tried again. So it had me hold down the pause button disconnect USB wire from the PC and slip out the battery (mp3 player) quickly plug the USB wire back into the PC while holding down the pause button and the firm ware upgraded. So far so good and I put over 100 songs back on and it is working. Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
SOURCE: wat 2 do
1. Double-click My Computer on the Windows Desktop or in the Start Menu.
2. Locate the Removable Disk (X:) or Player (X:) icon that is associated
with the player. (X: equals the drive letter assigned to the ILO player.)
3. Right-click the Removable Disk (X:) or Player (X:) icon.
4. Click Format….
Reformatting your ILO player will result in the deletion of all tracks and
settings on the ILO player.
5. If you are sure you want to reformat your player, click Start.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
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