Question about MP3 & Digital Media Players
My Mp3 Player says system Corupted, and it deleted songs that were already on there when I tried adding new 1's, I don't know what is wrong with my MP3 Player. It is a RCA H115A
I had the same problem and I tried many things to fix it. Mine started working again when I took an old speaker and turned it face down, then put the mp3 player face up on the magnet (face of MP3 away from magnet). I checked back a few days later and it was working with all (or maybe most I haven't really checked) of the files intact. I thought it might wipe out all of my files but figured that if I could get it to work again it would be worth it. This might be extreme but I tried running it out of battery which didn't work and pushing different buttons in different sequences which didn't work either. I tried pressing buttons simultaneously and for extended periods looking for some sort of reinitialization process but nothing worked....it just kept coming up with the corrupted message. I think it got corrupted when I removed it from my PC without doing the "SAFELY REMOVE HARDWARE" process on my PC. I won't be doing that again. I am really glad I didn't throw the thing away! Dave
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
It sounds like your databasse have been corrupted..what you will need to do is to format the device using your windows media player..once your format it transfer the songs back t your device..
that should solve the problem..
I hope that helps
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Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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