Question about RCA H100 MP3 Player
Formatting this type isnt really recommended but to do it you would just plug it in and select the drive letter it pops up as and format it in the corresponding file system. Which in this case is fat32.. I would check the files that are on the player. as on some of these rca players they have system files like usb.ini and other files that are required for the mp3 player to work. An by formating the mp3 player could cause it to not work...
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Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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