Question about i-Bulldog IMP-90 MP3 Player
How do you format?
I've tried to erase files and format my Creative Nomad MuVo MP3. The files I erase either never permanently are deleted off drive or I get the message "Windows was unable to complete format." Is there anything I can do or is the MP3 good no more?
Posted on Oct 01, 2006
Go to my computer and right click them seclect format.
Posted on Jun 09, 2006
I had a load of strange files in one of my albums on the mp3 which i couldnt delete or move, and they stopped it from switching on fully (just came up with the welcome screen) I've just formatted it like soldierruel and now its clear! i can replace all my music! Thanks! xx
Posted on Jul 24, 2007
Http://www.themp3players.com/archives/2006/10/firmware-fix-for-siren-ilo-mp3-player/ That provides a link to the ilo firmware needed to get it to work, and instructions on how to use it. It fixed my ilo (Note: when the instructions say you may have to update it 2 or 3 times, I had to do it 3 times before it worked again.).
Posted on Mar 05, 2007
Of you want to format you Ipod without deleting the files from your pc, just uncheck the box "sincronize" of whatever file you want to delete. breNda
Posted on Mar 01, 2007
Hi , I do not own a Creative Nomad MuVo MP3 but normaly (with generic Memory based MP3 players) you can do it in Windows (on your PC).I would try FAT and not FAT32 format. Very often it is better to use the FORMAT function in your MP3 player.Good luck.
Posted on Feb 21, 2007
Try changing it to MSC (I believe), then plug in the mp3 player, go to My Computer, and right click the drive with the Sansa on it. Go to Format, click "Start", and voila! That SHOULD work if it won't work in MTP.
Posted on Feb 19, 2007
The solution to format through windows seems to be a poor solution. Most of the time this does not work. Something helpful would be appreciated.
Posted on Feb 09, 2007
I have a problem on my lapatop, Engine Error, also Error message, End Now and also its very slow. It Freezes. I was told to format and save everything, and then delete everything and reinstall all with disk that came with my laptop. How do I format before saving and deleting. Thanks
Posted on Feb 05, 2007
First of all u need to download a compatible format with your player. In this case installing the firmware might help. then go to your driver and right click then select format.
Posted on Feb 04, 2007
The symptoms of lots of extra folders, undelete-able files and folders, not able to add files or folders, wrong size of files reporting and other wierd problems are due to the File access table system being corrupted!!!
What you have there is an mp3 player that the files area on it is corrupted and the pc nor the player itself may be able to fix it via a format.
What needs to happen is for you to use the pc and right click on the player and select PROPERTIES. In properties you need to get into TOOLS, then use the ERROR CHECKING function to repair the file system of the player. Make sure you check off the 2 boxes in the next window that appears to automatically fix the file system, and to scan and attempt recovery of bad sectors also!
Once the above is completed you might as well do the defrag function also for the player to make it run smoother.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
Http://www.lenoxx.com/2005/mp3player/mp556.htm if you have a ilo model mp-556 (on the back cover) this page has links to the firmware and manuals etc... i follow the instruction and got mine working. u might need to use the reformat as well as the upgrade firmware to make your list read the same. reformating will set your storage area back to factory specs. i e delete all your songs on your player
Posted on Aug 27, 2007
I've used a flash card adapter and it asks me to format it, but all i want to do is get all the music from the hard drive to the computer but i cant do this because it wants me to erase all the data. So if i just format it Ghostman, will it actually keep the data?
Posted on May 22, 2007
I've tried to erase files and format my Creative sony MP3. The files I erase either never permanently are deleted off drive or I get the message "Windows was unable to complete format." Is there anything I can do or is the MP3 good no more?
Posted on Feb 10, 2007
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