You need to define additional subdirectories within the Mymusix flash drive. This is posted in the Mymusix website FAQ. I was orginally only able to put 760 MB on the 2GB (actually only about 1.8GB available) drive, but that problem disappeared when I created additonal subdirectories. Oddly enough, all the songs show up on the same list, regardless of whether they are in a subdirectory or not. Also, I still have not been able to get the music library function to work, e.g. I can't select songs by Artist. I can only set the play mode to random or sequential... or scroll through the whole list manually.
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Okay, fist, you need to make sure the player is good (boots up, goes to menu, etc.). next, you need to put all of the songs into media player, then SYNCH them to the player. If you can't do that, try putting all of the songs into a folder called "music" and then put them into a subfolder called "albums." it should work shortly afterwards.
I had similar problem Was due to the fact I loaded straight on to the memory card ( pulling memory card out of mp3 and placing in memory card slot on pc to download the music) When it will only work if you connect the mp3 player to the pc with memory card still in mp3 player. then should download in correct format and in right place to play on mp3
I guess you are new to the world of Mp3 Players. These are the basic accessories which belong to any Mp3 Player Box Pack. 1. Mp3 Player. 2. USB Cable/Charger 3. Manual. A USB Cable is some thing like this.
the bigger end of the cable goes to the USB Port of the computer, and the smaller end of the cable goes to the Mp3 Player. This process is for charging the Mp3 player as well as loading any songs in to the player. After you insert these into the Mp3 player, windows opens the player, and then you can load music files into it. I hope this solves your problem.
Try updating the firmware, you can download it from the RCA Website (http://support.rcaaudiovideo.com/).
If your computer doesn't recognize the player, you'll have to turn it
off, remove the battery and keep "PLAY" pressed for 10 seconds while connecting it to the
USB port, then update the firmware.