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Music Files for RCA Lyra 1080

I have upgraded my RCA Lyra 1080 and show music files on the Lyra Window in my pc, but when I attempt to play music on the Lyra it says "no music files."

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  • alalalicia Dec 21, 2008

    i have 4 songs on my lyra. i can't remove them. i put in a memory card and tried to add songs to it. they show while plugged into my pc but will not play. how do i fix this?

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I have upgraded my RCA Lyra 1080 and show music files on the Lyra Window in my pc, but when I attempt to play music on the Lyra it says "no music files."

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