Question about Rio Carbon MP3 Player
It works fine but it over heats to a untouchable degree please help me
This i not a possible problem due to the Rio Carbon only accepting a theoretical size of 8GB in a hard drive or CF card. There are no components in a Rio Carbon that could heat to such a high temperature unless you class 30 degrees C as an untouchable degree. If so then you are an idiot.
Posted on Jul 16, 2008
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Look for a switch or button on the side of your MP3 player.
It might have a lock/unlock symbol on it, or read "HOLD."
This switch effectively disables the player so it doesn't turn on in your pocket when you don't want it to.
Move the switch to the "Unlocked" or "NO HOLD" position to remove write protection.
This position may also be labeled "R/W" for "read/write."
If you have no switch, continue to next Step.
Check with your manufacturer documentation and support.
Some players have options to securely lock them so data is not transferred or overwritten without permission.
Format the MP3 player.
This step should only be taken as a last resort because it will delete all files form your MP3 player.
To format, select "Control Panel," "Administrative Tools" and "Disk Management."
Select the MP3 player and click "Delete." Right-click on empty drive and select "New Partition." Follow the on-screen instructions to format.
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