I downloaded the rca easyrip software and it wont let me install and setup the program it keeps saying.you must have a supported rca digital media player connected to complete the rca easyrip installation. whats wrong
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How long has it been since you installed it? If recently try this option (system restore) will take you back to before you installed it. Start/all programs/system tools/system restore. A screen will pop up and should give you a calender of events. You want to check the day before you installed the software and it will restore your computer programs back to that day. (you will not loose file/music etc) only computer programs will be lost that were installed after that day and you will need to resinstall if any. This my take 5-10 minutes depending on your pc. It will tell you its complete but do not disrupt the process once its started.
I know that sometimes certain USB ports don't give the information that the installer is looking for. Try a different USB port on the PC and see if that works. Make sure you have the latest version of easyRip from:
I resolved my error and maybe you should try uninstall, install one more time.
For what ever reasons, I uninstalled the programs then reinstalled the program and the files are complete again.
I know I did this once before and it did not fix the problem either times so perhaps you can try it one more time.
Simply ask the RCA software to uninstall from your pc harddrive, making sure that all the files have been removed including any RCA Detective and EasyRip. Then go to the RCA website and sort through the Support and Download Updates and find the EasyRip software you can download for free from the site and follow the instructions, making sure that your player is connected to the pc while you install the software again.
Good luck and give that a try. Tell us your results here.
Will tell you how to work around the easy rip. You will need two free programs 1st program Any Video converter http://www.any-video-converter.com/products/for_video_free/ It will convert the files to any output u like. I like Mpeg 2 2nd program SMV Converter. http://www.soft29.com/freeware/smv_converter.htm Have this convert the file to a smv file. After its converted just drag and drop into the video section of your mp3 player.