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Rca lyra won't read memory card

The songs that are on the memory card are in windows media player format so I downloaded this program onto my mp3 player and the songs from the card are recognized by the mp3 player. once I turn off the player and then turn it back on the mp3 player doesn't recognize the songs on the card

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  • Anonymous Feb 19, 2008

    Purchased a PNY sd card for the device. The music is showing that it should be on the card, but when I disconnect the device It's not playing on the player.

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WMA files come in two formats DRM & non-DRM. Change your setting in Windows media player (Options - Copy Music) and re-rip the music CD. You can copy both versions but one will play but not the other.

Posted on Jan 18, 2008

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