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RCA 1000 A mp3 player

It will not show up on my computer when I plug it up. It say's safety remove device from usb port

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Maybe its not yet installed in ur computer... what windows are you using? try to plug it to other computer in that way we'll know what to do netx if it still not work....

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*** ONLY THIS PART OF THE ABOVE MESSAGE IS MINE ***
ALSO I HAVE THE "RCA Opal M4002A" (2GB) mp3 player.
*** After much trial and error this FIXED my problem. ***
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