Help me with my mp3 player!

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Help me with my mp3 player!

Postby trayer » Wed Dec 17, 2008 9:24 pm

I have a generic mp3 player which stops playing music since I plug it in my friend's pc.
The usb port was working wrong and now I have this problem with my mp3 player.
I cant listen to music from the flash memory, but the rest of the functions of the mp3 player
like the radio, are working ok.
My Windows XP recognize it, but it says the mp3 has not format.
When I try to format the mp3, it can be completed.

I installed "Recover Lost Data" in my pc and I could find all the music stored in the mp3 player,
so I think that I can repair it but I dont know how.


DETAILS:
Shamrock mp3 player 4GB
FM Radio, text, voice recorder, phonebook...


This is what I found in the mainboard and the chipset:

a288c v05 2007.7.7 u1

RF V4.0 2007.07.07

SPT
SP3767AHN


SAMSUNG 816
K9HBG08U1A
PCB0

CPU: A1568L
A126-07-P
0732CXF
B70803



This is what the mp3 says in the menu:

VERSION
1.0.0
FWA156906F_480

When you turn it off this is what appears in the screen
SHAMROCK
MD150JN8_480


This is my mail if someone can help me jedbanger@hotmail.com
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Re: Help me with my mp3 player!

Postby Schopf » Wed Apr 01, 2009 2:34 pm

Try to recreate the partition. Right-click "my computer" and go to "manage", there, look for "manage disks" or something like that. Look your mp3 player there, try to delete and recreate partition (as fat, not fat32).

Good luck.
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Re: Help me with my mp3 player!

Postby heutenitaz » Sat Apr 24, 2010 6:27 am

If you format an MP3 player using Windows' disk tools there's a fair risk of damage. But try again using FAT32 (not NTFS) and see if that solves it.
You may also have wiped the portion of the disk which contained the player's operating system, so reload it from CD (if one was supplied) or try to obtain the files from maker's website.
In future only format a player using the utility in the player.
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