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I reinstalled windows on my computer. then i reinstalled the drivers to my mp3 player. use to, when i went to my computer and looked at the e drive it was called a hard disk and now it's called telechips. when i click on telechips it shows a folder called lyra sys. when i open that folder it shows 2 files that i can't do anything with. it's not showing my media folder or my data folder.

please help me. this was my birthday present from my husband and i don't want to loose everything i have on it.

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Re: rca h1oo mp3 player

Try (Cowon Media Player) Also can you send me those 2 files I'll check back later for your Reponse

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My mp3 player will not turn on and I dont know why and when i pluge it in my laptop it dosent do anything its dosent evan say something is in the woles where pluge it in and i dont know why


What version of windows do you have? XP and Vista should work with built in drivers. If you have 98 or ME, you would need a mass storage driver that it appears RCA themselves dont provide.
Try this with the MP3 player plugged in.

Right Click on My Computer and select Manage
Expand the System Tools tab if needed
Select Device Manager

Look for any object with a yellow circle/black exclamation mark

If you see one for the MP3 player, right click, select properties, go to the
driver tab, then click uninstall.

Then, unplug and reconnect the MP3 player and reinstall.

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When my computer stopped recognizing my RCA Pearl, I was able to fix the firmware inside the mp3 player even though the computer didn't seem to think it was there.

You mentioned you tried to reinstall the software, & got nothing, but I will walk you through reinstalling the firmware on your player as this is the most likely fix.

You can download the RCA TH1102 software here:

When you start this program, a windows pops up with troubleshooting instructions are the bottom. You can read them, but I will also take you through the steps.

  1. start the program,
  2. remove the battery from the TH1102 & wait at least 10 secs,
  3. hold the play button while plugging into usb,
  4. release the play button the the term "initalizing" replaces "searching",
  5. click the start button to replace the firmware.
Hope that helps.

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Unfortunately there is not a Win 98 driver for this device - Windows 2000/SP3 or higher only.

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Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off, hold in the volume + button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the volume + button in. Keep holding the volume + button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware Wizard.

If that fails, it is really broke - call RCA and see what they can do

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