Every Time I Plug This MP3 Player In, My Computer says that the mp3 player is corrupted.
I Tried Disabling My USB Ports And Installing Them Again But It Didn't Work.
My MP3 Player was working fine, and then this happened.
(Also some of my songs got deleted and the remaining songs be skipping while listening to the mp3 player)
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Re: RCA Pearl MP3 Player Major Problem!!!!!!!!!!!!!?
What I would recommend you to do is to plug in your device to your computer and format it..There might be some files that are corrupted..Formatting the device will delete all the songs you have in your device...After you format it, your problems should solve... I hope that helps Thank you
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My only idea is the connector to the player is corrupted or problematic. I would honestly take the player back to the store and get a new one. It seems its not the computer but the player itself. These things happen to many players and many friends of mine have had similar problems with RCA players.
The first time I tried to restore the firmware in my Pearl it would not recognize it. I had to follow all the troubleshooting instructions that popup when you run the software. Basically, try taking the battery out and waiting 10 seconds or so. Run the software and read all the instructions at the bottom of the popup window. then hold the play button, plug your player in, and keep holding that button until the software recognizes it. It works.
Have you tried formatting the player as if it were a drive? Hit the windows start button at lower left of screen, then my computer. The Pearl should show up as a drive , would maybe look something like the following: Pearl:F or RCA:H. Right click with mouse and format drive/player should be an option. That should do the trick. However, you may want to consult your manual for formatting instructions as this can sometimes corrupt the player if not formatted correctly.