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RCA 2GB Lyra MC5102C Mp3 player- 1mb free required for profiling

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Hello, a while ago I was using my mp3 player, and everything was perfectly fine, then it just randomly shut down and upon booting, I receive the message "1 mb free space required for profiling". Which is awkward considering I had at least 200 MB free at the time. Somehow now it also won't properly stay connected through USB. It makes it through for about a few seconds, barely enough time to get to internal storage, then it disconnects. Rinse and repeat over and over.

Solutions I've tried:

Reset: Yes reset, I know it'll be suggested. Obviously, its the first thing I tried. No luck. Yes with a non metallic object, a toothpick.

Firmware: I've downloaded the latest firmware. No-go.

Formats: Not an option. As I said earlier, it disconnects itself and reconnects, there's not enough time for a format to initialize.

Freeing up space by deleting stuff: Same problem as above. Not enough time, deletes won't go through before it disconnects.

Allowing mp3 player to run out of power, and then seeing how things go:
In the process of trying this, I don't expect much luck though.

Any solutions much appreciated, or to the very least to solve the problem of its disconnecting and reconnecting through USB, with that solved I'd at least be able to free up space, or format, and what not.


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    it was working fine before but when i change my computer to windows xp it wont detect the device.ive tried reseting it and using diferent kinds of usb cords. is the problem on my player or in the computer? is there any software i have to download?

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If you go into the devices menu see if you can get to a different setting for connecting to the computer, for exampl, not a usb setting there is usally another to pick from, see if you have this option.

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