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this player is a piece of work ill tell ya i had to disassemble the damn thing resolder a piece back into it then it still dont work properly ill just tell u to get a new one or go with the ipod most pawn shops have them for really cheap these days
Uninstall and reinstall the software for the RCA if you have lost the Pictures folder. It should be in the player already. In Windows XP, picture files should be copied to the “Media” folder of the player for viewing while in Windows 2000, picture files should be copied to the root directory for viewing.
I've never used the RCA EASYRIP to download my pics to the device. I simply put the pics in the Opal file and they show up in the device when I turn it on. It may or may not work for you, but that's how I do mine. Hopefully this helps. -ArtFreak
see what you do is you get your photos and put them in a folder then plug in your mp3 player then you drag your pics in the folder and put it in the folder on your mp3 that says pics and it should copy it over
First save the pic as a bitmap to the desktop then open up my computer on the desktop and click on opal device. After that just drag and drop the pic into your opal device on my computer thing and it will transfer ur pic to ur opal!