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M:robe error invalid/missing file

Hi,
i have an m:robe 100. the problem is that when i switch it on, it gives the following error: invalid/missing file. however, i am able to use it as a memory card. i have come to know, that the problem can be solved by reinstalling the system files, however, i have not been able to find those files from m:robe's site. it would be helpful if someone would be able to send me the link for these system files.
thanking you,
kishore

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  • pumukius Nov 23, 2008

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  • jward3kids Feb 04, 2009

    mine says invalid/missing file and I cannot turn it off

  • maya_turkmen Feb 13, 2009

    i couldn't find these system files on web..

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2009

    the machine Don't power-off
    always show on the screen that invalid/missing file...
    please help me...


  • allab nacer Apr 09, 2009

    i have an m:robe 100. the problem is that when i switch it on, it gives the following error: invalid/missing file.

  • allab nacer Apr 09, 2009

    i have an m:robe 100. the problem is that when i switch it on, it gives the following error: invalid/missing file.

  • Anonymous May 26, 2009

    i can't use my m:robe be it say invalid/missing file. how can i fix it?

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Hello, i had the same problem. recently, i had deleted all the files off of my mr-100. i downloaded this file.
http://www.esnips.com/doc/b15238f2-5133-43e4-b8c4-353375b77088/System_Index
Once you unzip it, drag the System Folder and the Index.mum file directly onto your m:robe. then pull it off the dock. you might have to push reset.
i couldnt get the "invalid/missing file" screen to go away for a while. if you slide the hold button into the hold position and then push the little reset button on the bottom, it will remain off and you can put it on the dock, then it will connect to the PC.

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I have aproblem with my m robe which say fatal system error service required 004 plese can can give me the solution to this

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@kishore okey..try this..i got the same problem and i managed to rectify tht using this method..check it out anyway...first of all try to format your player in ntfs filesystem and install the m:trip software from
http://downloads.olympus-europa.com/consumer/mrobe/m-trip/ENG/mtrip_english.zip
after tht install the firmware http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/oima_cckb/MR100_FirmSysUp_213.exe..before installing the firmware make sure tht u reset the player ..after following all the instructions of the firmware try to synch the player to check whether it detects music and finally restart your m:robe to take effect..!!

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I had the same problem once, I solved it by opening the m:robe in windows explorer, then replacing all the files with the files that were on it originally. If you don't have those files, there is a community somewhere that has them.

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How to fix my m:robe..when i turn on it doesnt open andwhen i plug it in compter it will open but its color red only how can i fix it?pls help me

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unzip it, drag the System Folder and the Index.mum filedirectly onto your m:robe. then pull it off the dock. you might have topush reset.
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