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I can't find the disk to load the drivers my RCA Lyra onto my new laptop. Can you help?

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Go to http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com/, select your product, then your model and all the user manuals and downloads are available to you.

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    I assumed that I could just drag and drop files onto the RCA Lyra just like every other mp3 player, but I was wrong. It was designed to be used with the Musicmatch Jukebox and to use its own unique .mpy format, in other words to shackle you to thier way of buying music. Good for them, but of course the whole scheme went **** up years ago. You can supposedly play .wma filess as well as .mpys, and you can even still download old versions of Musicmatch. Of course it makes far more sense to upgrade the Lyra's firmware so that you can play anything. I don't have the link handy so go to RCA's site and search for your model number. One more thing, when I updated mine the software said that it failed but it didn't fail. The software only runs under windows of course.

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