Question about RCA TH1101 MP3 Player
I'm trying to add 2 GB of flash memory to a 1 GB MP3 and my computer isn't recognizing that there is more memory. It still says that I've only got 1 GB, yet the player says it has both. What do I do to get the computer to recognize the extra memory? And I don't have a card slot reader on my computer, so I can't try that.
When you add external memory(MicroSD), the computer recognizes it as a separate flash drive. If your MP3 player is F:, then MicroSD is G:.
Posted on Sep 19, 2007
When I put in extra 1 gig of memory on my 1 gig unit and then looked at it in my computer the extra memery showed up as another drive. I had 1 gig from the unit as 1 drive and on another drive I had another 1gig
Posted on Sep 18, 2007
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