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Does the music you had on it before you downloaded the new stuff work still? Try converting the music into Mp3 files, or restoring the id tags if they already are mp3 files (just rename it the same thing and add .mp3 at the end)
If nothing works, reformat your player and then try again.
First, plug both ends if the wire in the right places. Then, after you log in, turn on your mp3 player. My Sansa Fuze will appear in the My Computer folder; yours probably will too. To add anything, you have to access it from My Computer-> [name of mp3 player] ->Music/Video/Pictures to add these things. While you're pasting stuff to the mp3 player, the screen of the mp3 player will say "writing"- don't unplug your mp3 player until the screen just says "connected". The media will refresh, and the content should be available
This is battery problem, since it work with your computer directly, you no the computer power supply charge it directly so all you need do now is to get another battery and make sure you charge the new battery for some time before you power on.
Okay, fist, you need to make sure the player is good (boots up, goes to menu, etc.). next, you need to put all of the songs into media player, then SYNCH them to the player. If you can't do that, try putting all of the songs into a folder called "music" and then put them into a subfolder called "albums." it should work shortly afterwards.
1 Is you can buy the starter kit for it. It has a wall mount charger usb power adapter, armband and carrying case.
2. Download the latest firm ware from RCA website. http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com/product.aspx?product=408 After you download the firmware. Then plug mp3 player in usb device of your computer. Then click on the newly downloaded firmware and install it.
Hello, I just fixed a friend of mine's mp-c7085. Same situation. Kid just got it for christmas, dropped it and it stopped working. I took it apart and found that the on switch broke it's soider connection to the board. I carefully resoidered the switch and it works. You can tell for sure if you take it apart and squeeze the on switch to the board while you try turning it on.