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I killed my mp3 player

I was trying to get my computer to work with my rca lyra (512MB) and i think i accidentaly erased the hard drive on the mp3 player. it doesnt know how to read or play the music anymore, but it can still hold stuff. so basicly now its just a really expensive flash drive. i was wondering if i could download and reformat the hard drive on it or something. please help

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    I have an rca 1076a with the same problem, and it is apparently old enough that the RCA website doesn't remember it

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Try reistall drivers / software or both included on the CD which cames with the mp3 player. If you have lost the CD you can always reffer to the manufacturer's website.

Posted on Oct 23, 2007

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