I bought this thing and within the year it froze up on me and it wont boot up anymore. When I plug it in to my computer to charge it a warning comes on saying "no space for DB please delete more than 4.0 MB" and then it goes to the word Samsung with the colors and freezes, it wont charge and when I press the reset button it does the same thing all over again. I can't get into it to delete anything. I am not happy with this thing AT ALL. I have since bought another Mp3 player. I was just wondering if anyone else has encountered this problem and if they found a solution to it. Thanks in advance for reading and replying.
HEY tracy. THIS IS MARIO FROM CYPRUS. I HAVE THE CD THAT CAME WITH THE DEVICE. THE USB DRIVER FOR THE MTP AND THE DRIVER FOR YP-TJX XP MODE ARE ALL IN THERE. I WILL UPLOADED IT SOON <2 DAYS> AND I WILL TELL YOU WHERE TO DOWNLOAD IT FROM. I SEEK AND TIRED BECAUSE WHEN I LOST MY FACTORY CD ALL I COULD FOUND WAS SOMETHING ABOUT FIRMWARE, FLASH E.T.C. WAIT AND SOON IN ENOUGH WILL BE YOURS!!!
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The next thing to try s to reinstall the OS. Just the Operating System as this will save your data. Boot using the OS install CD and select repair.
If this does not work boot to safe mode, copy all your files to another hard disk then do a "fresh" install of WIndows.
I'm not sure if you can use the Restore function from Safe mode. If you have System Restore turned on then use the Restore from a previous Restore point, (One prior to your problem)
The windows file system has nothing to do with the new power supply. Possibly yes however that the windows registry was damaged before you replaced the power supply due to an abrupt switching off operation which may have damaged the boot sector within your HDD. The solution is as recommended by windows. You can use the windows setup CD to get this fixed. I suggest you run a chkdsk /r at some point during the repair when you get the command prompt C>. Check the following for further info.
When you said your cursor freeze, does the computer still respond or the whole computer froze. If the computer froze, then it could be anything from, memory, hard drive, cpu, or mainboard. Does the keyboard works, if just the cursor freeze, try using a usb mouse.
You can take it apart and unplug and replug in the battery. this will void any warranty. BE SURE YOU DONT LET THE SCREEN DISCONNECT FROM THE PLAYER. Mine did and i can't get it hooked up and have damaged it in the process. Darn thing works/charges/everyhting though. Just no screen...