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RCA H125 File System Corrupted

Whenever I turn on my MP3, is starts loading and a sign comes up saying, File System Corrupted! I have had this problem before, but was always able to make go away by reseting it. But this time, it will not go away. Does anyone know how to fix this? I couldn't even find the product on the RCA website to ask them.

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  • kokoblak Dec 05, 2007

    have tried holding down all three buttons on the rca h125 mp3 player and still getting the message files corrupted. what should I do? Don't have a number to rca support. The ones listed on blogs are not working. Signed, three days and working

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I've had this problem twice now and fixed it once. I'm in the process of fixing it again. Here's what you do, and this is a slow process so have some patience with it. Hook it to your computer then power it off. When you power it back on, with the cord still connecting it to the computer, hold down both the front buttons and the power button. You should now see it saying connecting. It will take a LONG time for your computer to recognize the device and give you access to it in My computer. Once it does, you can then remove the file system and replace it.

Posted on Sep 12, 2008

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Hi, I got the RCA H125 mp3 player for Christmas 2006. Just before Christmas 2007, I got the File System Corrupted. I tried formatting the hard drive and uploading RCA's update software from their website, but neither will fix the problem. I called RCA at 1-866-449-7112 and they said it only has a one year warranty but I need the receipt to send it back. Can anyone email me a file of a photocopied receipt? (helpmeplease2008@hotmail.com)

Posted on Jan 09, 2008

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I have the same problem with my MP3 player (RCA H125). Here's the product on the RCA website: http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com/en-US/Downloads.html?ProductID=H125 And the number to call ( 8 am - 8 pm eastern): 1-866-499-7112

Posted on Jun 22, 2007

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