Question about RCA OPAL M4001 MP3 Player
My rca opal mp3 player originally said that it was full and needed at least 50 mb space to operate, but it was nowhere near full. so i went on here and it said to update my firmware. so i tried to do that and got maybe 12% of the upgrade done when it said "error occured, unable to write firmware data"or something close to that and now my mp3 player no longer turns on at all and when i try to update it it still says unable to write firmware data. it wont even show up on my computer anymore as a device! please help me and tell me what i should do!!!
Are you absolutely sure that you loaded the firmware for your correct model #? Try downloading the auto-updater software and see if it will take the upgrade on the next go around.
If not, that player is fried - update during firmware upgrade is no good. Call rCA to see if you are still in warranty.
Usually the "50MB of space needed to operate error" is easy to fix, but also most other manufacturers have a specific FAQ on their website that tells you how to fix it. RCA did not have anything like that for this model. also, most other manf. have a recovery tool of some kind - absent on this model.
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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