K. So i was formatting it like I was told to but now, when it goes to start up it reads "Load main image failed. Switch to recovery mode". What have i done? :( I can access Recovery mode, and it still shows up as a 16MB thing in My Computer but I cannot gain access to the main page where all my music is. Is there anyway i can fix this?
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Philips' players cannot read iTunes format - sorry. You will have to redownload those songs in proper Mp3 format or certain types of WMA format.If you are having trouble with Windows Media Player, get the version of Windows Media Player from www.microsoft.com that corresponds with your specific Windows Operating System - they have different releases for Windows XP and Windows Vista, for instance.
The difference is that when you have your device on MTP mode, its recognize as a Portable device...You cant modify the settings on MTP mode...When its on MSC mode, its recognize as a disk drive...thats when you can modify the drive files..to change the mode..go to menu, settings, USB mode and there you should find the MSC and MTP mode..Hope that helps
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Try formatting it in FAT 32 or FAT 16, the player sometimes can't read a different filesystem. If that doesn't work, try upgrading the MP3 firmware, you can download it from the RCA Website (http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com/) Follow the steps carefully or you can render your player useless. After the upgrade, the update program will format the player automatically with the correct filesystem.
hi.. you got to download a new boot loader search on google you will find one .. then turn off your sansa take hold (on) hold the rec button while starting ur sansa it should go to recovery mode then you can plug your sansa to your computer you will now se a 15 - 16 mb partition delete the old boot loader and push the new one in then saftely un plug your sansa and make hold (off) then it will stand reading boot ROM writing boot ROM
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It might be cause by a corrupt firmware. You need to have a utility that restore the mp3 player to its original setting. i had exactly the same problem with my ipod shuffle 1st generation 2 years ago. Good thing Apple has that utility for me to download and until no it is still working. Try to visit and upgrade the firmware using this link for you mp3 player http://support.rcaaudiovideo.com/downloads.aspx?product=192