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Re: in need of help with my opal
Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off,hold in the volume + button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the volume + button in. Keep holding the volume + button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware Wizard.
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You can only put non-DRM iTunes music on your Opal (.m4a I think is the extension unprotected music, so if your music has this extension you sould be ok)
There is no important disk that comes with the RCA Opal. You can run the easyRip installer and during the install it will prompt you whether you want to "import" media from iTunes to easyRip (all this process really does is map to it, not copy it) and any media that gets imported by easyRip can be transferred to your player using easyRip's Player Loader module.
The device requires 50MB of free space to build the internal database. Make sure you have at least that much space before trying to power on again. If you do have that much space, there is likely an issue with the firmware and will require a firmware reload.
I also have the rca opal red 8 gig. You need to either goto the rca website and get there conversion software its free make sure it is the same as your model. There are other ways do it but that is the easiest. After you plug in your usb you can drag and drop mp3 right into the music folder. However you have to convert video to smv. Hope this helps
I had the same EXACT problem as this and I fixed it but in order to fix it you lose all your songs :( Any way heres how)...Go into 'My Computer' and right click on device (my device showed up as a removable disk) select 'format' and follow steps... it took a few seconds. Then when you turn on your Opal it should work but wont have any songs on it.
Go into settings and switch from mtp to msc mde, or vice versa - it partiitions the storage space between these two modes. More info can be obtained at: http://support.rcaaudiovideo.com/downloads.aspx?product=187
Sorry I don't know where the "Profiling requires 4mg of free space" came from. But one thing I do know is that one GB of space should hold up to approx 600-650 songs unless they are WAV files then they take up 30 megabytes per song.
I bought a 2gigabyte sd card and put music to it and got the same problem turned out the my lyra only can go up to 1gig sd card my rca kazoo only would go to 512 and get the same problem so check to see what your player can go up to