The real solution would be for RCA to take some responsibility for such a firmware malfunction and release a new version that works better. I've had the player for a month and its been corrupted 3 times, erasing most of my files. This has mostly happened as I've been traveling so I've never actually plugged it in, except to reinstall the firmware. Until RCA releases a stable version (which they should have done a long time ago- before releasing the MP3 player) this problem probably won't be fixable. Since this MP3 player was released over a year ago, it looks unlikely that RCA will actually do anything about it. If you can take it back, take it back.
Was the player disconnected before disabling it correctly? In the bottom right in the system tray the usb icon with a green arrow is able to be right clicked and select "Safely Remove Hardware" to safely remove most players. I personally got frustrated, forgot to do this and removed my Pearl hastily. After that it has yet to function properly. The system is corrupted and no files register even though there are still 967 mb worth of music on the player. So this is not a solution but rather a probable cause to the problem. I have yet to find a fix for this except to dispose of the player responsibly and purchase a new one.
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MS Excel comes with an automatic recovery feature that attempt to reopen corrupt excel file along with repairing a file. If it fails to repair a corrupt excel file then try to open a file without repair. Sometimes this automatic recovery feature fails to open & repair corrupt excel files at this stage users can repair corrupt excel file manually.
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http://www.blu-ray.com/firmware/firmware.php?id=29 Attempt to get the file manually, if that doesn't work, try using the file in administrative mode before using it. If it is corrupt completely, delete it and redownload it.
Hi. I think the problem on this issue is that the file that you're trying to play is not supported my your Windows Media Player. You can solve this problem by downloading updates for your media player or the codec packs like K-Lite. Also you can just download another media player like VLC Player, you can download this into google, just type in VLC Player and download and install it on your computer. This VLC players supports almost all video or audio file extension. Goodluck!
Microsoft Windows Media Player is a free media player software that comes with the personal computer version of Windows operating systems. The software supports basic file formats such as WMV, WMA, AVI, MP3, and ASF. The player included in Windows XP gives you the power to create your own CDs, search and organize digital media on your PC, and copy files to portable devices such as CDs and pen drives. Fix Windows Media Player Problems Corrupted and missing DLLs files, incorrect registry entries, and outdated files are some of the causes of Windows Media Player errors. Covered here are a few steps that you can take to fix common problems. C00D11CD: Unknown Error C00D11CD errors occur when an operating system component or some other program encounters an error and does not communicate it to Windows Media Player. Due to its generic nature and multiple reasons for occurrence, there is no specific solution to this problem. If you encounter the error when trying to play an AVI or MPEG 2 file, then most likely, you do not have the correct codec version installed on your system. To fix a Windows Media Player problem related to codec, search for the required codec on the Internet, download it, and update it on your system to play the required file. Windows Media Player uses Digital Rights Management (DRM) to authorize copying files to a CD or to download them from an online music store. If you do not have DRM authority to copy a particular song, you will not be able to play it and the error will pop up. Windows Media Player uses the wmadmoe.dll file to encode files. If something goes wrong with this file, you may get the c00d11cd error when you try to copy songs from a CD to your hard disk. To fix a Windows Media Player problem in this situation, you must register the DLL file by running the command ‘regsvr32 wmadmoe.dll’. 80040155: Interface Not Registered If this error occurs when you try to burn songs into a CD, then the most probable cause is that the required player files are no longer registered on your system. To fix this error, try to reinstall your Windows Media Player or download and install a newer version of the player, if available on the internet. 800C2EE2: Action timed out This error occurs when your Windows Media Player is unable to connect to a server due to problem in the network, and therefore cannot play protected audio/video files that you download from an online music store. Incorrect Internet Explorer security settings might be the cause of this problem. To fix this, open Internet Explorer and select Tools-Internet Options-LAN Settings. Next, clear the Automatically detect settings check box. C00D0FAA: Cannot rip the files The error usually occurs when you try to rip CDs to MP3 format. Existence of entries from an earlier player version in the registry might be the reason behind this problem. One way to fix this problem is by adjusting the audio quality. However, if you want to maintain the audio quality, then to fix this Windows Media Player problem, open the Registry Editor by running the Regedit command and navigate to the subkey given below. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MediaPlayer\Sett ings\MP3Encoding Here, open ‘LowrateSample’ and delete the value displayed in the Value Data box. Select OK and exit Registry Editor. Many times errors also occur when there are corrupt files on the system or there are invalid DLL entries and other related incorrect entries in the system registry. For this, you must try to download reliable registry cleaner software from the Internet and scan your registry for invalid entries. Using registry cleaner software, you can easily and efficiently fix Windows registry problems, and make your PC free from irritating errors. Errors can occur in Windows Media Player due to outdated files, missing or corrupt DLL files and incorrect registry entries. Most of the time, you can fix Windows Media Player problems by updating missing files or by upgrading the player to a later version. Additionally, to prevent registry-related problems, you can use a registry cleaner software to regularly scan the registry and eliminate invalid DLL entries and corrupt values from it.
If it is a certain file, or a group of files, i would delete all audio from the media player, and read the system handbook, to see all compatible files, and buy a converter to convert them the the right file format. some converters are AVI, which I would recommend. When i bought it, it was around $20. Most likely you Mp3 plays (besides MP3 format) a windows media player format, since Windows Media Player even has a sync button to download songs quickly to your audio device. If your files were in the right format, then they might have been corrupted, or invalid, meaning they had information missing, or they werent correct with the codes. So I would just re-load them.
If the file is corrupted then there is no way for you to play nor listen to it. If the player is saying the file is corrupted and to test if the file is really corrupted please try to do this steps. Connect the player to the computer. Open My Comptuer window and open the player locate the file and try to copy that file to your desktop and play that file. If the file copied and played successfully then that good. If not the only way to prevent this is to format the player. Change the player to MSC mode then connect to the computer and open my computer and right-click on the player and choose format remove the check on the quick format and click start to format the player. Formatting the player will delete all the files and data on the device and it will fix any bad sectors that would cause file corruption on the player.