After adding new songs to my mp3 player I unhooked it and took it into my room.It said that it was still connected to the USB although everything was completely unhooked.To try and fix the problem I hooked it back up think that maybe the songs hadn't completely finished downloading to my mp3.It then wouldn't show any connection at all.I unhooked everything again and my mp3 player wouldn't turn on at all.
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Re: mp3 was working, then it stopped
Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, 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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Check and see if the songs you put on the mp3 player are a hidden file Connect to your computer open my computer goto tools on the top of the page folder options click on view Here you will see Hidden files and folder click on do not show hidden files and folders and put a check mark on hide ext....and hide protected Hit apply. Delete any songs you put on the player and start over
If its *full* its do to Filesystem Partially Corruption. *BACKUP* all your songs. Then right click the usb device, format, than format in FAT format NOT FAT32 or NOT NTFS! THESE WILL RENDER YOUR DEVICE USELESS! Reload your songs and they should be good-to-go. If not i suggest contacting GPX
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
I found this on another website..it worked for mine
It might be due to the memory being entirely filled up that there isn't enough room for the song you've tried to install, therefore, it might not install all the way on some of the MP3's where others will not install it at all because their system senses not enough room in there to fit it.
Have you tried to delete some space? Also, do you still own this device since it has been a few months since you've posted your question.
Thanks for your patience. Let us know how things are going for you.