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Subject: RE: A Dead h140
if all else fails, try resetting the machine.
This is done with a small pin. There's a small, and when I say small, I
mean small, hole in the bottom of the unit.
Good luck with it.
Cheers from Newfoundland,
At 11:39 AM 14/12/2005 -0600, you wrote:
>Thanks tom, I have tried both of those things but sadly that hasn't helped.
>Blog, podcast and radio show: http://www.MosenExplosion.com
>From: Thom Johansen [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Wednesday, 14 December 2005 11:24 a.m.
>Subject: Re: A Dead h140
>Jonathan Mosen wrote:
> > My dilemma is that I would like to do a clean Rockbox installation,
> > but
> > now can't because the machine appears to be locking up immediately at
> > power on. I thought I remember reading somewhere that you could hold
> > the record button down to get back to the original Iriver firmware but
> > this doesn't seem to be working for me. Is there any magic key sequence
> > that will get me into some position where I can fix this, as right now
> > I'm scared I've destroyed the machine.
>You can boot to the original iRiver firmware by ensuring that the unit is
>turned off, then keeping the record (lower left one) pressed while you
>switch the unit on. Another thing worth trying is inserting the USB cable,
>then switching the unit on. The Rockbox bootloader should then enter USB
>mode and let you access it via your computer. If this does not work,
>something is seriously wrong. Hope you get it going again!
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