Question about RCA M4204 MP3 Player
Usually happens when a file type that probably cannot be read is parsed threw. in other wards the system scans the files and looks for a specific type, if something that doesn't belong their like say .llt or f% any illegal characters will cause issues with most mp3 players. also if the files are in far to many folders. usually theirs a rule of thumb 1 directory per file class. example metal goes in metal folder alternative and so on in their own. good luck.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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