Question about RCA M4304 Digital Media Player
You need to make sure that you have at least 50MB of free space for the player to load the database. If you have at least that much space then it is likely that the firmware has gotten corruped and you just need to reflash the firmware.
First, connect your player and back up any important media items that are on it.
Next, download and run the firmware installer from the RCA website:
NOTE: Reinstalling the firmware could erase all of your media on the device, so it is always good practice to back up your media first.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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