I'm looking to possibly purchase an Iriver H 340. Has anyone had bad experiences with this model that I should look out for before purchasing? Also, if I'm not mistaken, this is the unit with a colored screen and a 40 Gb hardrive?
> ----- Original Message -----
>From: "Christopher Woods" <firstname.lastname@example.org
>To: "'Rockbox'" <email@example.com
>Date: Sat, 31 Dec 2005 02:23:48 -0000
>Subject: RE: still can't find the reset button on my h 140
>If anyone's still unsure as to what the reset button looks like (it is
>labeled on the bottom metal part of the casing), or want some kind of visual
>comparison of the button against a familiar object (in this case, the tip of
>a Bic ballpoint pen), here's a couple of pictures:
>http://kerblam.co.uk/pictures/iriverh140resetbutton/. Didn't post as
>attachments due to the size (almost a meg each at their native resolution -
>the 640x480s were still a few hundred kb - and I know that some people
>really hate attachments).
>From: Rocker [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: 30 December 2005 23:14
>Subject: Re: still can't find the reset button on my h 140
>The reset button is about 1 inch in from the bottom left if you are holding
>the player with the LCD screen facing you. Use your finger nail and you
>will feel it.
>You need to use a safety pin or a stiff bobby pin to reset it. Even my PDA
>stylist is to big.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "alex wallis" <email@example.com
>Sent: Friday, December 30, 2005 12:13 PM
>Subject: still can't find the reset button on my h 140
>i still can't find the reset button on my iriver h 140. o#be poked every
>whole on the player with a pen and not a lot has happend can anyone help?
>also just a thought about resetting would it be possible to introduce a kind
>of combination of buttons to reset the player like on windows 98 control alt
>delete used to reboot the computer?
>was just wondering as i was out yesterday and rockbox crashed and i had
>nothing with which to reset the player.
Received on Sun Jan 1 12:59:12 2006