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try formatting it but when the format window pops up (for me this worked anyway) make sure that the file system is set to FAT (default), its how i did it and i had the same problem now i'm listning to my music :]
To backup the data:
Connect the RCA Pearl to the computer
Double-click My Computer
Double-click the icon corresponding to the RCA Pearl
Double-click the Music folder
Create a temporary folder on your Windows desktop
Drag music files from the Music folder fo the Pearl to the temporary folder on your desktop
Are you sure you need to format the player?
Try updating the firmware first, especially if you have Windows Vista
"The memory has been corrupted. I'm just wondering.. when you unplug it, do you click safely remove? Because if you don't, that's what did it. I have a flash drive that I can't put anything on either cause it's corrupted too. There's nthing you can do about it, it's pretty much fried. Sorry."
you should be able to explore your mp3 player in my computer, and explore each folder but when the windows are open click at the top files, options, view and select show hidden files as the mp3 songs already on the player may be hidden.
had the same prob with th1100 (512 mb ver) went to rca site, downloaded firmware upgrade. ran it 3 times with no result. finally checked the box "format data area" worked like a charm. hope this helps.