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Frozen Screen Hi when I open my RCA mp3 it shows an RCA logo and it remains frozen. I tried pressing all the buttons but the only way to shut it off was to take the batteries out. Is there any way to fix this? Thanks my mp3 is an RCA "RD 2112A" When I lit it does only part of the song then he died fastly.help me to fix this problem .i formating it many times but same probl?me.....thank you.

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You should try formating the drive. With the drive plugged into your computer, go to "My Computer->Right Click on the Removable Drive representing the MP3 player->Select Format"

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