Got the M4008A for Christmas. Works fine except that when I download audio books they go into the music folder instead of the audio books folder. They will play from this folder but when I turn it off and turn it back on the book or section of the book starts completely over instead of picking up where it left off. Any help?
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You can only put non-DRM iTunes music on your Opal (.m4a I think is the extension unprotected music, so if your music has this extension you sould be ok)
There is no important disk that comes with the RCA Opal. You can run the easyRip installer and during the install it will prompt you whether you want to "import" media from iTunes to easyRip (all this process really does is map to it, not copy it) and any media that gets imported by easyRip can be transferred to your player using easyRip's Player Loader module.
What I do is simply open the device (Opal) under my computer. You should see a file folder labeled Music. Just drag your songs into the file and that should do the trick. Forget using the RCA program that comes installed. Just copy music filesd like you would on your destop folders. Works fine for me!
Do you have Limewire? If you do then click on the start button on your computer, click on music then plug in your mp3, then when you plug it in something will come up and say Auto Play click on that after that click on "OPEN FOLDER TO VIEW FILES" when you click that something will show up click on music then, click on the music you have on the computer which is saved then drag the music you want to put on it and that's it thta's how i do it?I hope i helped you!!!!!
go the the start menu, click my computer (with your opal plugged in of course) and it will show up in the disc drive part of the page. open it and drag the music files into the music folder. just got my 8GB opal today for 50$ at wal-mart! great deal!
*Make sure the bitrate and format are supported by the Mp3 player first *If the songs were working previously, make sure they do not have expired DRM or other copyright licenses - you can check on this by right clicking on the songs and going to "properties" in My Computer (properties option does not always appear in Windows Media Player).
Let me know how it goes, because other people have had this error message