Question about Harley Davidson Road Tech HA90 MP3 Player
I have bought road tech, but do not read cards SD, I have proven with different formats and in the root directory, it soon gives to a message when putting card ERR and 000
First remove batteries from Road tech for few minutes, just to ensure it is not a temporary problem that can be cleared with hard reset.
If you are using a new card over 2 gigs, that can be the problem. Old card may be faulty, and many Road T models do not accept over two gigs.
If it is not this, and you already updated firmware then it is a fault in your Road tech , probably contacts in SD card slot, as already stated.
If you did not reinstall firmware we can search for a download and you can see if it works.
Posted on May 25, 2008
reformatting the 1gb or the 2gb disk is a snap, but that won't fix your problem, here's how to reformat then I'll discuss the way to make a 1 or 2 GB work, first with the disk and also the reader that came with the Harley MP3 player just plug it into the usb port on your computer, then click start on the computer, then my computer, now you will see Icons for the A,D,E and F drive, the F drive being your storage device ( sound disk ) right click on this and when the drop down window appears you will see either fat or fat32, most likely it's already set to fat32, if not then change it to fat32, now just click on format, a drop down will tell you that all info on the disk will be lost, click O.K. and it will reformat the card.Now to get your Harley HA90 Road Tech MP3 player to read the card, the player will not read a card that has the soundtracks in a folder so you have to open the folder, I have explained the how to in another post on this site, so to save space try to find it, if you cannot then make a post to let me know
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
SOURCE: HARLEY DAVIDSON ROAD TECH HA90
I own the player on my 2004 HD Softail Deuce. I have a catalog of various sizes of sd cards from my original 64mb up to 2gb. The problem you are having could be that you have the music in WMI instaed of having converted it to the mp3 format with your windows player. Be sure to use the lowest quality when converting to the mp3 as you will not notice the difference in the playback. Also do not be surprised that you cannot get what you think on a 2 gig sd card. One of my 2 gig cards has the entire Led Zeppelin studio catalog including some various Robert Plant solo songs from his various albums. I buy my sd cards from Microcenter here in Ohio for around $7.00 each. The local wal-marts are making a killing with 512mb for around $15.00 each, so shop around for the cards you need.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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