Question about RCA TH1101 MP3 Player
If you still have those songs on your computer, try reformatting the player and then re-adding the songs to your player. If you need help reformatting on Windows, then goto Start. When the menu pops up, look for My Computer on the right hand side. Click on My Computer. Make sure your player is plugged in correctly. Now, find your player in the My Computer window and right click on it to bring up a small menu. There should be an option to Format on the menu. Click that. When the format window comes up look at the pull down menu and make sure it says FAT or FAT32 on it, not NTFS!. Now click Start and wait for it to format. There you go. If it doesn't work after that, then change the format you used (like if you just used FAT32, try plain FAT if it's available, never NTFS). Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
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