Question about RCA M1001GB (1GB) MP3 Player
This may be the mp3 player that is wired badly. However, you may taking the battery or disconnecting it from its power for 10-30 seconds. Also, power down the computer and wait for 10 seconds -30 depending on the amount of times the computer has been shut down for the week. Try downloading its driver so that the computer will recognize this hardware.
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
The music database has become corrupt. The only way that we have found so far to fix the problem is to have it plugged into a computer and make sure that you know which drive letter it shows up as. NOTE - This will erase ALL of the memory in the player but it will start working properly again so you can load your music. (FOR XP) press start press run type "cmd" this opens a window format (the drive letter that the mp3 player shows up as) NOTE - This will erase ALL of the memory in the player but it will start working properly again so you can load your music.
Posted on Jul 04, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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