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Old 11-14-2009, 01:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I find myself reseting my 8330 on a regular basis. The "device media processor is busy" error plagues me any time I use the MP3 player to play podcasts. A battery pull or soft reset fixes the problem but then I lose all my snoozed appointments.

Sometimes I live without audible alerts, rings, alarms and so on for days just to avoid loosing my snoozed appointments. I'm hoping there is a work-around (other than "stop using the media player to listen to podcasts").
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I'd be trying to solve the media player problem. Does there seem to be any rhyme or reason when you get the busy notification? File size? Source? Free memory?... (thinking what else to look at)
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Another idea to try: Clean up your media card...... Move all the media files off the card, delete _everything_ off the card, then move media files back to the card.
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Hmm. As much as I use the Media Player I've never seen that error message.

Have you repaired/formatted the card?
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I just installed a new memory card. I'll let you know if I see the problem again. I had searched RIMM's forums and found a few references to the issue so I thought it was more common.

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Good luck. Post an update when you get a chance.
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