Question about Rio Audio Players & Recorders
SOURCE: E 6120 PROBLEM
I wouldn't worry about thst 61:20 problem ( a lens problem I think) unless it is affecting your picture taking, I have the same thing on my Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-S40 camera and I find my little camera still takes beautiful photos with no problems, although when I turn my camera on itmakes some noise and access comes on the screen.
Posted on Apr 14, 2007
SOURCE: rio forge 256 MB mp3 player
This happened to my player also. To fix it, you have to go to the rio website and download the most recent firmware for whatever model mp3 player you have. I went to: http://www.digitalnetworksna.com/support/rio/product.asp?model=265&SKU=90260558) Next install. Plug in your player to your USB to your computer - BUT (and here's the important part) you need to hold down the menu key while plugging it in. Keep holding until it powers up AND the word "UPGRADER" shows on the screen. Now, run the firmware upgrade program and follow the directions and it will see your player and upgrade the firmware (yes, even if it's the same firmware version.) You'll have to run the .exe file to get the upgrades onto your player. Unplug the player and it should be like new!
Posted on May 07, 2007
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