Question about Rio S10 MP3 Player
I didnt have a usb and I bought one on ebay and then connected it the computer to delete all the songs.It didnt work and said that I need a driver for my Rio s10 MP3 Player.
Did you google any other sites than rio that provide a driver if so see if that helps and good luck
Posted on Nov 29, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: rio s10
? Verify that the USB cable is securely inserted into the USB port on both the Rio Carbon and your computer. ? Connect the USB cable to a USB port on the back of your computer rather than to a USB port on the front of your computer. ? If using a USB hub, connect to a powered USB hub. Unpowered USB hubs may not work. ? Remove USB extension cables from the connection path. ? Disconnect other USB devices. ? Both Windows XP Service Pack 1 (SP1) (or greater) and Windows Media Player 10 (WMP10) must be installed for your computer to detect a Rio Carbon set in MTP mode. ? If you do not want to install SP1 (or greater) and WMP10 on your computer you should disconnect the Rio Carbon and change the Transfer Mode setting to MSC mode. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 25, 2007
SOURCE: Rio Forge 256Mb Mp3 Player
I had the same problem and, after scouring the internet in search of a solution, found nothing. So I started messing around with things. About 5 minutes ago I came up with something that worked for me! I'm still in 'testing' mode but it's playing some ACDC now so I'm happy. ;-)
My first step was to download a firmware 'update'. I'm not sure if it's newer or older than the firmware that I already had in there, but it works so what the heck. It's version 1.16 and is available for download here:
Filename is 'RioForgeFlash_116.exe'
To update the firmware, I connected the player via the USB cable. It will power itself up automatically - make sure you have a fresh set of batteries in it. Once it powers up, turn it off but leave it plugged in via USB. Then, power it up again but press and hold the mode button (the small button on the face, to the left of the main navigation buttons. It's the one you use to select different play modes etc.). It will power up and display 'UPGRADER'. From this mode, run the udate file (RioForgeFlash_116.exe); it will update the firmware in the Forge.
Once completed, my Forge interacted normally with the Rio Music Manager and I was able to upload music to it again. I did lose all the music that was in there and on the storage card, but that's better than having a useless MP3 player!
Best of luck!
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
SOURCE: Rio Nitrus MP3 Player
Ok Rio nitrus is great litle thing, and I had the same problem. This is what you should do:
1) download latest firmware for rio nitrus http://www.rioaudio.com/support/rio/downloads/Nitrus/RioNitrus_firmware_123.exe
2) unpack firmware
3) connect Rio Nitrus to your comp;
4)While holding menu buton press power button, you sholud see on display showing UPGRADER text;
5) Then upgrade the firmware ( note that this will erase all the songs- read the read me file that come with firmware);
Although I allready have the same version of firmware v.123 like the one that upgreded this solved the problemm.
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
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