Question about RCA M4304 Digital Media Player
I'm not sure if this is the correct thing to do, but it worked for mine. First, go to the RCA website and follow the instructions to update the firmware on your player. Second, disconnect the player from your computer when the install is complete. Then, turn your player on. Once the screen comes up that allows you to go through your folders and settings, turn it back off and re-connect it to your computer and upload your music. I tried to upload 3 GB of music at once and had to redo this process. So now I just upload a little music at a time.
Also, I found it is better to load your player with music through Windows Media Player than to use the software that comes with the player.
Here is the link to update the firmware:
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
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