Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have a few issues with getting my device to work properly.
First of all, I haven't used it in some time and I have a older PC that is new to this device. It will take a charge and shows the USB as being connected to it. I have installed the software and when I connect the player it is not recognized in "My Computer" as a removable mass storage device (F:/ drive). However when I connect the player to my PC is tells me that the device can operate faster by upgrading the USB cable. So it does recognize it, just not like it should ?
The other issue is when I try to boot up the player itself. I tried resetting it a few times to no effect. So, I called Audiovox and was told I had to reformat the player inorder to get the "Boot Error" "Shutting Down" from appearing when powered-up. Upon hearing this I was instructed to access "My Computer" and said to the rep that my PC didn't recognize the player.
I guess what I am asking you guys is, how do I get my PC to recognize my MP3 player, So that I can reformat it?
Thank You in advance!
SOURCE: i dont know what type
Video Playback (MPEG-1,2,4/DivX® Certified/WMV-9)
Use the transcoding software that came with the player to convert the videos into proper format (if no install CD, then go to: http://support.rcaaudiovideo.com).
If RCA software fails to convert, you can download a product called Media Monkey, and it will convert your video file type as long as the video does not have DRM-encryption on it. If the videos are encrypted then you will have to buy DRM removal software to convert it.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Mar 19, 2008
SOURCE: I have a Lyra by RCA,model number MC5104B. My device will not boot properly. I goes through the RCA flash screen and partially into the loading screen. Halfway through the loading screen the device
Access Start Menu -> My Computer, right click the device and format. If that does not work, throw the thing away and get an IPOD.
Posted on May 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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