Question about RCA Lyra X3000 MP3 Player
Purchased X3000 and enjoyed recording rugby games thru my DVR (Direct TV) and then overnight, the recorded files stop working. It would read File Format Not Supported. Sent a FTP file to Divx to review the problem and their techs noticed several things, "One of the files looked like a properly encoded DivX file but the second was truncated...all seem to have a problem with the playback on your device...sounds like this has something to do with the device." DivX techs suggested that by updating the firmware may resolve the problem. What should I do?
It could be corrupted files or corrupted firmware. Try a firmware update.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: File Sytem Corrupted!
The dreaded "File System Corrupted" error is one that comes time and time again. Did you drop the player or hit it by accident? If so, then the pin connecting the battery to the micro hard drive has probably been disconnected. You can removed the back of the player with a screwdriver, but you risk tearing off the S/N sticker. If you decided to do it anyway, remove the back of the player and then simply fit the multi-pin connector back into the hard drive. Replace the back and screw it in, and then turn it on to see if it works. I did this with my old RD2762A, and it worked like a charm. Hope this helps!
Posted on Aug 30, 2007
Some players need license to play. One way if you can use a program such as nero, super sound recorder, media coder to name a few and record the songs again and then just copy and paste the song into the player. There are alot of free programs that do that. you can email and I will send you a list of free programs that do that. firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
Just gotta reformat it in your my computer menu. Just right click devise then set default to Fat 32 and select reformat and your good to go. However this will erase your data but you will be able to use the player again
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
SOURCE: rca pearl th1100a
Kindly get the driver here :
Posted on Feb 19, 2011
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