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MP3 Player My MP3 Player screen is saying file not found. How can I fix this problem?

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Keep in mind that these are mini hard drives (just like a computer.) From time to time they will become fragmented (especially with more files or music stored). Dialing the RCA help desk will be fustrating and useless because after waiting 40+ minutes, their expertise (from a dude doing his job in India) will only say that it is notworking and to refer to the warranty(which is also useless). But let me get back to the point. These units usually have a reset button. Also, you my need to go to the meny and profile the files (this little thing just tels the unit what it has in storage) but if all else fails, then when you connect this MP3 player to your PC, go to My Computer, and on the RCA Lyra icon, right click once and go to the properties...here you can format the drive to erase everything...so make sure you save all of your music first. After this you will be good to go. Also, try going to RCA.com and in their support page look for a firmware (the program that runs the MP3 player) update that might fix these bugs. I have sold hundreds of RCA MP3 players and playingwith these units has taught me what I know.

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