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Re: my rca opal 4gb will not add more than 39 songs
first try to format your player, if it has an option to do that. secondly ensure that the bit rates of the music files are in following ranges: mp3: 32-320kbps & WMA: 48-192kbps. and if u have uploaded pictures (.jpg) files into it then ensure hat they are not very high in number bcoz it can support upto 2000 items only including music and video and picture files.
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Wow, I didn't realize so many people were having the same problem I was having. First try re-installing the firmware for it. Since your computer won't recognize it you will need to download the software, then you will have 2 boxes pop up. One is the install instructions and the other is the actual program install. You will have to hold down the play button on your player while you plug it into the computer. DO NOT RELEASE THE BUTTON UNTIL THE PROGRAM SAYS "INITIALIZING".
It should work fine once you do this. I spent 3 hours going through RCA's website before I came across this step.
I do believe that your memory might be corrupted or you memory has a broken memory unit. try to plug it into a computer and make sure they have windows media 11 it works best for that opal. not nessarily needed though. after the plugin does your computer show that it was pluged in if so back up your music and format the memory in it. my computer, it should show your opal right click and format.
1. Make sure all the songs are in mp3 formate. 2. Make sure the songs are not protected copywright. 3. Most of the songs once plugged into the device is pugged into the usb device you can drag and drop into the music folder
Go into settings and switch from mtp to msc mde, or vice versa - it partiitions the storage space between these two modes. More info can be obtained at: http://support.rcaaudiovideo.com/downloads.aspx?product=187
i had the same problem. and the answer made me so mad. turns out, you have to have yahoo unlimited TO GO in order to transfer the songs. i found this out after not only suscribing to y! unlimited but also downloading 400 songs! ugh. i still haven't found any service that works with it, and i've been searching all day.
when you plug it into your computer either windows media player of yahoo music jukebox click to transfer information from the mp3 to the computer and look under opal then songs and all your songs will be listed and just right click and press remove.