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RCA EMUSIC1 512 MB MP3 PLAYER

IT WILL NOT DOWNLOAD MUSIC IT SAYS READY BUT DOES NOTHING

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  • lovin music Jun 22, 2008

    i connect my player it says reading and when i open my folder it shows that there are songs but my player shows that NO FILES also my pc gets hanged

  • Anonymous Apr 03, 2009

    I have the same problem and there is not a program to install. I have windows xp and no software is required.

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Had a problem of corrupted files on MP3 player so i formatted it with windows then i was not being able to see songs that i added to MP3 player, so i cleaned firmware to version 999.999 then reloaded version 1.01 firmware on the Thomson 6652 1GB now it thinks it is a RCA using the files from this site and it works great - http://www.megaupload.com/?d=MBBAL40C

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