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<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I have an iRiver IFP-190 that is failing to connect via USB on Windows
> It *was* working fine for a long time but now, trying to connect it
> after a 2 month hiatus, it simply is not recognized by the plug and
> play when I physically connect it.
> Here are the details:
> 1) I'm running the UMS firmware in the player (installed back when
> things were working)
> 2) The battery indicator shows 3 bars (full)...so I don't think I have
> a power issue.
> 3) I've been thru the whole routine of going into the the Device
> Manager, looking for Unknown USB devices, blah, blah, blah - there's
> simply nothing there that corresponds to this connection.
> 4) Checked the Event Log. No errore being reported w.r.t. any USB
> 5) I tried attaching to another Win XP machine (thinking I might hae a
> bad USB port or some other problem local to the original machine) -
> nothing. Same result.
> It's like the device is simply not there, invisible.
> Any clues as to what's going on here or suggestions about other things
> to try would be most appreciated.
There is a firmware update for the iFP-100 Series of flash players - http://www.iriveramerica.com/support/iFP_100_support.as...
I don't know if that firmware update is later than yours, or even if it is,
whether it will solve your problem.
Have you called iRiver tech support 1-800-399-1799 with your problem? I've
found them quite helpful notwithstanding the long wait to get connected to
one of their techies. And at least they speak English.