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If the file system is corrupted, you have put files into the wrong folders. To fix it, simply copy over all of your files from the mp3 player to your computer, format the mp3 player, then synch the files back onto it.
I had the same problem and went through RCA support to get a solution which (to my surprise) actually worked. Here's what you need to do. Connect your USB cable to your computer but do not connect to your mp3. Hold down the toggle switch on the mp3 while turning it on. Then insert the other end of the USB cable to the mp3. This should allow your computer to recognize the mp3. Now go to website: support.rcaaudiovideo.com (no www. prefix). Go to "software updates". Click on "mp3 players" a couple of times and then your model "H125". Then click on "H115 and H125 Lyra Hard Drive Upgrade Utility" and follow the directions from there. Good luck! Jerry
If the file is corrupted then there is no way for you to play nor listen to it. If the player is saying the file is corrupted and to test if the file is really corrupted please try to do this steps. Connect the player to the computer. Open My Comptuer window and open the player locate the file and try to copy that file to your desktop and play that file. If the file copied and played successfully then that good. If not the only way to prevent this is to format the player. Change the player to MSC mode then connect to the computer and open my computer and right-click on the player and choose format remove the check on the quick format and click start to format the player. Formatting the player will delete all the files and data on the device and it will fix any bad sectors that would cause file corruption on the player.