ALL DATA WILL BE LOST WITH THIS PROCEDURE!!
You can try a ROM recovery.
- TURN OFF UNIT
- Place hold switch so orange shows
- Hold down the REC button with the red dot on the side of the player.
- Whilst holding the REC button, press the power button as if to turn on the unit
- Let go of the REC button
You should see the recovery console.
YOU WILL LOSE ALL DATA!! However you will also have a working player.
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First, plug both ends if the wire in the right places. Then, after you log in, turn on your mp3 player. My Sansa Fuze will appear in the My Computer folder; yours probably will too. To add anything, you have to access it from My Computer-> [name of mp3 player] ->Music/Video/Pictures to add these things. While you're pasting stuff to the mp3 player, the screen of the mp3 player will say "writing"- don't unplug your mp3 player until the screen just says "connected". The media will refresh, and the content should be available
try to upload the songs onto it with windows media player 11
i only use iriver plus 3 for videos
when ur in windows media go into sync then it has like a side bar just drag the music into that and down the bottom of the bar it says sync press that
and if that doesnt work u might have to buy a new one
What i would recommend you to do is to format the player using the player itself and if that doesnt solve the problem i would recommend you to use windows media player to format your device...to format your player using windows media player go under the sync tab..assuming that you are running windows media player 11..your device should be listed there on the right side...just right click on it and hit format and that should solve the problem..DO NOT USE MY COMPUTER TO FORMAT THE PLAYER BECAUSE IT WILL DELETE EVERYTHING ON THE PLAYER INCLUDING THE FIRMWARE...let me know if that doesnt solve the problem...
Easy...download Windows Media player version 11 - up-load any cd onto it... click on Sync and drag and drop your music into it (if it still does not recognise your player...click on refresh in sync and it will find it)