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My RCA TH11 has stopped working. at first the player would automatically delete songs from the player after i downloaded new songs. i finally got tired of it and erased all the songs so i could start over new. when i began to redownload the songs the player stopped working. i took it off the usb cable and it wouldn't turn on

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  • pussyboy Apr 27, 2008

    i deleted the song and now i cant download anymore music and every time i stick it in the computer it want pop up the peral download sreen.

  • MEXIGLASS May 03, 2008

    The files are corrupted and I cant do anything on it.

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His is a firmware problem. Go to http://support.rcaaudiovideo.com/downloa... and download (save) the firmware update. Then follow the directions to upload it onto your Pearl. As soon as you are done, it will work perfectly!

I found this on another website..it worked for mine

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