Question about iRiver E10 Digital Media Player
My wife uses her E10 for talking books ripped off CDs. The latest one we have loaded appears in chapter order when looking at each album, but when played the tracks are random. We have named each CD as separate albums for ease of use, but this playback is a problem which has only recently appeared , and may relate to something that my daughter has done. This problem remains after the E10 is shut down.The user manual is not much help in this regard!!!! What do I have to do to ensure tracks are played in order?
No so much a solution as a question but...what the hell do you do if there is no 'play mode' option in the 'sounds' menu?
Posted on Dec 14, 2007
What program would you use if you , lets say, wanted to play the files on you PC. Que those files up in order on you cmoputers media player, locate an option to create/save a playlist. Save your playlist and transfer the playlist to you player. ----or----- main menu, scroll around to settings and select, then scroll down to sounds, then scroll down to play mode, you have the option of OFF, Repeat one, shuffle, repeat, and shuffle + repeat. I leave mine on shuffle + repeat. Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 27, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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