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Re: whay my mp3 writes dont error shoting down ?
The Opal has a reset hole on the back of the unit in which a toothpick (non metallic) can be inserted to reboot the player. If this does not work, I suggest that you reformat the player by using the Windows format command on the unit. To reformat the memory: Right click on the device within the Explorer or My Computer window Select the format command (full format) to reformat the internal memory of the device. Reinstall the firmware from http://download.rcaaudiovideo.com/downloads/opal_fwutility_v2.3.0.exe
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I am pretty sure this is the answer you are looking for. Let me know how it goes!!!
1. Format the player, in rockchip devices this haven't any risk,
firmware is located in a different chip than data, so proceed formatting
it (if you want you can WRITE DOWN your folders structure and SAVE the
data you want to keep). No risk in this.
2. Create the folders structure you has. At least create a \MUSIC folder
3. Copy a small set of mp3 files and test them. Choose mp3 files you have played in your PC before.
first go to one of those auto parts stores that offers free code reading like advanced auto or auto zone get a print out and if there printer is down write down the codes and there meaning , also get the trouble shoting tips for example it will say lose or short in wiring , check for vacume leak . possible defective mass air flow .. this is how your going to narrow down what your problem is and wheather you can fix yourself or pay $$$$
you might also check your owners manuel sometimes the answer is there .if your lucky
Remove Jet Flash Write Protection
Insert the mini CD that came with the USB Flash disk. Start JF
Utility.exe in the JF Utility directory. If it complains that the disk
is write protected, choose "Continue" Choose "Partition" Answer "Yes"
to losing all your data (Since this becomes a problem usually after
formating the disk in WinXP or Win9x, you will most probably not have
any data on there in any case) Choose "Public Area Only (Single
Partition)", Then "OK", Then "OK" again. Unplug the device, reinsert
device, and voila!- no more dark secret areas or write protection on
I had the same problem and did hours of searching. The only thing that worked for me was to make sure that the mp3 isn't in the pause mode. That's all it took, and it now works fine. It will not copy, play or copy music in pause mode.