Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I'm not sure what you're referring to- if he has deleted all of the files on your mp3 player, then you will have to re-import them from your computer. If he has somehow managed to alter the "firmware" (the system that actually runs your player), you should be able to go to the manufacturer's web site, find the support area and download the correct version of the firmware (usually the most up-to-date version works best). Attach your mp3 player to the computer and then run the firmware fix- it usually "sees" the device and then runs with only a small amount of input needed from you. Then you can import the content for the player again. I hope that this helps.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
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