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Re: how can i fix an rca mp3player with frozed damage
Problem: The player cannot be turned on.
– Battery is empty.
– Ensure the keys lock is not activated.
– Reset the player by pressing the RESET button
on the back of the player with a non-metal
pointed object (e.g. toothpick).
– If the player still cannot be turned on after
resetting, perform a firmware upgrade to
– Please go to http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com for
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These are the manufacturer's (RCA/Thomssen's) exact words:
For users running Windows XP with Service Pack 1 and above:
With your device connected to your computer, click on “My Computer” and then click on the icon for your device. If you see a folder labeled “DATA”, you must copy the photo files you want to view directly into this folder. Folders containing photos cannot be copied to the “DATA” folder. Photo files must be copied directly to the “DATA” folder using no other folder.
If you do not see a folder labeled “DATA”, then copy the photo files you want to view directly to the device. Folders containing photos cannot be copied to the “DATA” folder. "
fredwards - plug mp3 player into computer, Double-click My Computer, and right-click icon of RCA, select FAT32 if you are running Windows XP or Vista (if you have a MAC, these instructions will not work)