Question about iRiver iFP-390T MP3 Player
Hello all! I have had this player for a while and at one point I left it plugged into a computer and mistook it for one of my flash drives I thought was hooked up to the same computer. I copied a number of work files to my Iriver IFP 390T and that's when I found out I can't access them via the cable to erase them and the player won't recognize them (it says "No File"). Now there is no space left in my MP3 player and I can't get to the files to delete them! What do I do? Is there a way to bridge a couple connectors and "drain" the memory chip or something? is there a software method (i.e. flash) of accessing the memory via cable and getting rid of the files? I really stuck myself in a pickle and Iriver has never responded to help requests. Thanks for considering my problem!
Sorry because I didn't completly understand but you might of unpluged the MP3 Player accidently while it's loading. I recently corrupted my MP3 Player also and had to return it.The system files are permanently deleted if thats the case. Sorry I wasn't much help.
Posted on Jun 06, 2007
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