Question about Samsung YH-820MC MP3 Player
Hello i have a yh-820MC samsung mp3 player i think i deleted a folder or a driver or something WMP.XML was deleted also when i turn the player on it says "connect to pc and repair firmware with recovery utility" when i go to the samsung website and download the firmware for my mp3 and i go to the recovery utility and press the option "repair firmware" and i put my firmware on that way.When i unplug my mp3 player and i turn it back on it still says "connect to pc and repair firmware with recovery utility".I think i deleted a driver or a folder through windows media player please help:( is there any way i can get this message"connect to pc and repair firmware with recovery utility" go go away thanks so much for your time
I wont firmware program please help me!
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
I had similar problems and I got this fixed. The MP3 player comes with an installation CD. The recovery Utility program is bundled with Samsung Music studio program included in the CD. If it doesn't you can try finding it at samsung's website.
Install Samsung music studio.
When your done, go to START--> All Program--> YH-820 Samsung Music Studio--> Recovery Utility.
I'd reccomend formatting the device cuz this will almost guarantee your MP3 player can reboot fine after you disconnect it from your computer. Hope this helps you all.
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Posted on Feb 07, 2008
Try formatting your player completely, then reinstall the firmware from scratch - another possibility is to remove windows media player (make sure you don't delete all your music files while doing this) and reinstall. If this doesn't help then it sounds as if the memory in the player could be faulty - check the warranty try a different cable and port to connect to in case that is the problem. There are numerous utilities that claim to repair windows registry errors, some of them may be worth a try - http://free.grisoft.com/doc/1 gives the links for the best that i have found for free. try updating the firmware from another pc - ask a friend if you can use their machine and uninstall everything after, especially if you think the problem is with your wmplayer. Hope this helps :)
Posted on Mar 11, 2007
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