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post #1216 of 1266
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Originally Posted by gearofwar View Post
 


I wouldn't want to go through technician here in NY after their attempt to fix it, it costs alot more than you could imagine after i did one. For the safety of this player, it needs to go directly to the ones who made it, they have a better understanding of inner boards.

I honestly want to sell it off right now after having HDP R10, the unit has been replaced to look like new again, but it seems that they couldn't identify the problem with jack, if i remembered correctly they didn't find anything damaged with the board itself so i guess the problem comes directly from the glued output jack.

I see that you're selling this on eBay. Can you tell potential buyers how this final issue was resolved?

post #1217 of 1266
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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post
 

 

Hmm well if you did add a bunch of tracks without deleting the system folder on the internal memory it can cause loading problems. I've had it happen before where I added a bunch of stuff and had to delete the system folder to get it to stop scanning indefinitely. But you said you deleted the system folder so I don't understand that.


I actually deleted the system folder again yesterday morning and the player worked, go figure. Of course I forgot it at home this morning, but will get the V3 at lunch and see if it is still working.

 

I looked and found an album in Ape format and removed it, also cleaned the tags further and so far it has been working fine today.


Edited by red71rum - 8/21/14 at 2:23pm
post #1218 of 1266
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I actually deleted the system folder again yesterday morning and the player worked, go figure. Of course I forgot it at home this morning, but will get the V3 at lunch and see if it is still working.

 

I looked and found an album in Ape format and removed it, also cleaned the tags further and so far it has been working fine today.


Interestingly my player will not recognize the 64gig sdxc card any longer(it was intermittent before I guess), but I can put in my 16gig sdxc from my Sansa Clipzip and the player reads it fine. I cannot remember, but does the Studio V 3rd have a maximum amount of files that it can read? If not I guess I will reformat the card. What reformatting software are you guys using these days?

post #1219 of 1266
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Interestingly my player will not recognize the 64gig sdxc card any longer(it was intermittent before I guess), but I can put in my 16gig sdxc from my Sansa Clipzip and the player reads it fine. I cannot remember, but does the Studio V 3rd have a maximum amount of files that it can read? If not I guess I will reformat the card. What reformatting software are you guys using these days?


The card must be formatted in FAT32, otherwise it will not work. I use GUI format.

post #1220 of 1266
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The card must be formatted in FAT32, otherwise it will not work. I use GUI format.


Right, that is how it was formatted before, it just suddenly stopped working with the Studio V. I will use the GUI format at home. I erased everything off the card and only left 3 albums and it was still not working. I bet after it is reformatted it will be fine.


Edited by red71rum - 8/27/14 at 2:10pm
post #1221 of 1266

Did you delete the system folder from the device?  That sometimes clears issues.  You could also try reformatting the internal memory.

post #1222 of 1266
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Originally Posted by red71rum View Post
 


Right, that is how it was formatted before, it just suddenly stopped working with the Studio V. I will use the GUI format at home. I erased everything off the card and only left 3 albums and it was still not working. I bet after it is reformatted it will be fine.



The card could be going bad and acting up intermittently. Just a guess.

post #1223 of 1266
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The card could be going bad and acting up intermittently. Just a guess.


You know I thought that was the case, but this morning I pressed the center button with the other SDXC card installed(this card has been working) and it would play the HISound Do Music or whatever that it displays in the beginning and then it would shut off(this was after a full charge). I had to press the button two more times and then it suddenly read the card. I think that the SD card slot is going actually. I have been talking to Jack Fu and that is also what he mentioned. Looking back, I believe that this player has had this from day one, and I looked past it as it having buggy firmware. I think that my unit has always been defective unfortunately. I really don't want to send it back to china because of the cost and the problems that people have had with it getting stuck in customs. This is the only player I have that can push my full size headphones adequately. I apologize for all the posts about this but that is what I do for a living, computer tech support(almost 15 years) and I do not like giving up.

post #1224 of 1266
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Did you delete the system folder from the device?  That sometimes clears issues.  You could also try reformatting the internal memory.


Yes, in one of my earlier posts I mentioned that I always delete the system, and playlist folder. I have not reformatted the internal memory in quite some time, but I only have one flac track on it, so I never put files on the internal memory.

 

edit: I tried shutting it down and it came back with no problem, scanned the files in under a minute.


Edited by red71rum - 8/28/14 at 9:14am
post #1225 of 1266
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Yes, in one of my earlier posts I mentioned that I always delete the system, and playlist folder. I have not reformatted the internal memory in quite some time, but I only have one flac track on it, so I never put files on the internal memory.
Ok, I do not use the internal memory either, but I have reformatted the device using the recommendations here for larger allocation size.
Edited by bearFNF - 8/28/14 at 8:29am
post #1226 of 1266
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Ok, I do not use the internal memory either, but I have reformatted the device using the recommendations here for larger allocation size.


Was that for 4096(I cannot remember off the top of my head)? I think that is what I did some time late last year or the beginning of this one.

post #1227 of 1266
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Was that for 4096(I cannot remember off the top of my head)? I think that is what I did some time late last year or the beginning of this one.


Yes, that is what I did.

post #1228 of 1266
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Originally Posted by red71rum View Post
 


Yes, in one of my earlier posts I mentioned that I always delete the system, and playlist folder. I have not reformatted the internal memory in quite some time, but I only have one flac track on it, so I never put files on the internal memory.

 

edit: I tried shutting it down and it came back with no problem, scanned the files in under a minute.

 

Ah. Sometimes you just had to suck it up and send it back. If you are worried about the battery consider removing it before shipping to resolve that issue.

post #1229 of 1266

ahh anyone encountered this problem? theres some loose parts running around inside the circuit boards inside the studio... what the heck... 

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ahh anyone encountered this problem? theres some loose parts running around inside the circuit boards inside the studio... what the heck...


I heard about it some time ago somebody had complain but its find out that was sound from trembling buttons;)

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