Question about RCA Lyra RD1072 MP3 Player
You can go to RCA'a website http://www.rcaaccessories.com/
and click on the "customer Servive" drop down menu and click "Need Some Help". Another window will open with a search feature. Enter RCA LYRA and your model number off the back of your lyra and then the word "drivers". Scroll down until you find the drivers for your model number, download and install on your computer. It will say Windows 98/WindowsSE drivers but go ahead and download them because they will work with XP and Vista (not sure about windows 7).
This will allow you to use your mp3. I had the same problem with mine as Windows Vista won't just read it as a stick of memory like the newer mp3 players so you have to download the drivers. Good luck!
Posted on Jun 23, 2010
You don't need software for this device...it should just be read just like a flash drive or a memory stick.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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