Is it possible to copy files from my mp3 to my pc?
Somehow I've lost the files that were stored on my notebook. I would like to restore them from the MP3, but can't find anything on the topic.
Hi when you have your karma hooked to your pc. open your karma in the
rio manager and highlight all the songs in your karam by selecting edit
and then select all. then right click on the songs you have high
lighted in blue and select save as then you can save the song were you
want to in your PC. If anyone needs help or repair with there karma i
have been repairing them for 2 years now. E-mail me at
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Possible that the player has encountered problems with corrrupt files and so has hung up.
it will be good to reset the player but you can connect the player to your PC to check the files on the memory. Scan the files and see if there are faulty files , if so remove/copy to a marked folder and format the memory. Then you can copy back only approved files back to the player.
question: from your iriver mp3 have you already format it or the files are still inside?
if your reffering old files as files you've accidentally delete from your player. the only way to retrieve the said files is by using a software "filescav" or filescavenger. this software can only retreive files from any removable device if the said device haven't been formated.
but if you only want to get the present files installed in your iriver, i do think that once you connect your iriver to a PC. the PC will search for a newly installed drive which is your player. and once detected you can open the folder of the newly found device and simply copy and paste all the documents and files you want to copy from your mp3 to PC.
note: you can download filescavenger from web free. just type in google bar " filescavenger" and it will show all the possible download site for the said software
if you use the lower 128kbps, this will allow more files to be stored and the loss of quality will not be noticed.
If your ipod accepts wma, the file is about the same size per tack but the quality is better than mp3
your ILO has somehow lost its file structure. look for a tiny pinhole to reset the device. if none, then remove batteries to attempt reset. if still no songs, then firmware upgrade if possible or copy file structure (using windows) from a friend's ILO.