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If the file system is corrupted, you have put files into the wrong folders. To fix it, simply copy over all of your files from the mp3 player to your computer, format the mp3 player, then synch the files back onto it.
your boot file is corrupt so it wont boot u will need to use a computer to format it. plug the mp3 player into ur computer go to my computer right click the mp3 player and select format. Format will wipe everything off ur mp3 player
Had "File System Corrupt!" message appear on my
RCA H115A after a bit over a year. PC wouldn't recognize it, and it wouldn't
stay turned on.
Following advice (thanks folks), I uncovered the screw under the barcode and
popped the back with the help of my knife. I didn't notice that the connection
from the hard drive was loose, but pulled it out, wiped everything off, and
reconnected. It worked!
They don't give this at the help desk, but it seems to be a common problem with
many models. Looks like the connection isn't very tight.
I had the same problem and went through RCA support to get a solution which (to my surprise) actually worked. Here's what you need to do. Connect your USB cable to your computer but do not connect to your mp3. Hold down the toggle switch on the mp3 while turning it on. Then insert the other end of the USB cable to the mp3. This should allow your computer to recognize the mp3. Now go to website: support.rcaaudiovideo.com (no www. prefix). Go to "software updates". Click on "mp3 players" a couple of times and then your model "H125". Then click on "H115 and H125 Lyra Hard Drive Upgrade Utility" and follow the directions from there. Good luck! Jerry
The below was copyed from an earlier post of mine.
Over a period of time your info can get corrupt from transering music back and forth.
To format plug it in to usb.
Go to my computer
It shows up as a removably disc, usually drive f:
Right click on drive f: (or the approriate drive) and click format.
Let me know what happens, you will have reload the player, also try bypassing the software you are using to tranfer, by opening up drive f: and clicking and dragging your music into it , or you can copy and paste it into drive f:
I've had this problem twice now and fixed it once. I'm in the process of fixing it again. Here's what you do, and this is a slow process so have some patience with it. Hook it to your computer then power it off. When you power it back on, with the cord still connecting it to the computer, hold down both the front buttons and the power button. You should now see it saying connecting. It will take a LONG time for your computer to recognize the device and give you access to it in My computer. Once it does, you can then remove the file system and replace it.
I just bought this item today and had the same problem! JUST GOT IT! BUT! i fixed it! Open it up there will be a hardrive take the hard drive out by lifting a little black flap where it connects and reconnect it it has to be reconnected the right way so take ur time make sure ur doing it right then when u reconnect it there is a very small black flap where u connected it psh that down tight! It worked for me :)