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Wont come on

Everytime i try to turn it on
it says its building the database.i made sure the hold button
wasnt on and it still wont work. is there any way your could help
me??

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Your firmware is mostly likely bad.
Go here
http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com/
do a search for you make and model.
Download the firmware.
Then plug you mp3 in your usb of you'r computer
Install the firmware.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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