Question about RCA Lyra RD1028 MP3 Player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: MY RCA LYRA RD 1076A
The player can only handle cards of a certain size, usually 1gb or less. I would go back over the user's manual and make sure you followed the instructions to the T.
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
What i do is i never put songs in my internal memory...this way you never have to worry about formating the internal memory....so i have several exteral card i use say one for country or rock and its so easy to format a exteral card just place it in ur card reader if ur using a laptop them go to my computer right click on ur card that youll find then youll notice on the list theres format so its so easy...im sure its asking you to format ur drive because you must have a few corrupted files....best of all when adding music just pull ur external card out place it in a reader fill ur card with music then insert it back in ur device...this way ur getting away with using any firmware....by the way take any disc that came with ur Lyra and chuck it in the garbage that 90 percent of all ur problems
Posted on May 10, 2010
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