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Re: deleted the program
Maybe you can download it free on its website. Try Download.com or try initiating a System Restore, which will restore your PC to the state it was when you choose, but not your personal files. If you got a CD, what are you asking this for? Go install it back again.
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The easiest way to delete a song from your RCA H100 MP3 player is to connect the unit to your computer and then navigate to the player using Windows Explorer. Locate the song(s) you wish to delete on the player, click on the song to highlight it and then press the Delete key on your keyboard or right click on the file and chose delete from the menu.
Well Robert, the main solution to this is the firmware. You need to set the MP3 player on to "Disk Mode" and check for any corrupted files or additional files that you didn't install originally. Like I tell all my clients, It's not whats added to the MP3 player, it's whats taken away. If you can't seem to find your original firmware onto your MP3 device, you need to install a new one, or check for additional firmware that you didn't install. Try backing up all your files before you attempt to install any new firmware onto your MP3 device.
try to use a differentMedea player like winamp/windows Medea player or delete program and reinstall the cd program that came with your mp3 rca 1 gig player note some times yahoo musicjukeboxindicated that it did not erase i unplugged my mp3 player and found that it did! the cd program used yahoo jukebox when i loaded the cd that was suplyed i found that windows Media player worked ok and also win-amp did also note any feedback email me at email@example.com good luck! LUNAR SOUND ENTERPRISE