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RCA Lyra RD1021 mp3 player stuck on one song and no sound comes out

I have an RCA Lyra RD1021 mp3 player. I took my scandisk SD card out and accidentally tried to use the player. It could not find the songs, but the screen looked as if it was playing a song with the time running. No sound would come out, and you could not go to another song. I turned it off and put the SD card back in, and the player still acts the same: playing one song with no sound and can't skip to another song. The card is fine. If I plug the player into my computer I can play all the songs off of it fine. Any ideas? Thanks!

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Upgrade the player's firmware following the RCA's website instructions (goto support, RD1021, Software upgrades)

Posted on Feb 28, 2008

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