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Rca s1010a freezes

When first turned on, it states: "no space for db. please delete more than 4.0mb", then freezes when you try to get past the "artist" (or other) option. also, i'm completely unable to manage my mp3 on wmp anymore. states: "it is not possible to change sync settings at this time. try again later." i've lost the manual and don't even know how to reset my mp3, never mind tackle this. can u help me?

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  • elijah4 Aug 19, 2007

    rca s10 series

  • elijah4 Aug 20, 2007

    wmp shows mp3 playr full xcept 14mb, but also says there are no songs on this device at this time.

  • Anonymous Dec 26, 2007

    What happens if it doesnt let me put more than 1 song on it at a time?

  • k3nn3th Jan 16, 2008

    when i tried to plug my rca mp3 player into my computer it keeps saying unknown device.. at first i figured it was my driver so i re installed it. nothing happened then when i went to turn it on it says RCA and freezes i hve lost hope sombody help me

  • Anonymous Feb 18, 2008

    Hola: mi prblema es que borre las canciones que origalmente traia mi MP3 y cuando intente encenderlo aparece en ingles "ningún espacio para db. Retira más de 4.0mb", entonces se bloquea al intentar superar el mover "artista" u otra opción y ya no se que mas hacer. por favor responder a [email protected]

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2008

    I have the same problem kind of. When I bought the device it had songs already programmed into it. When I brought it up on my windows media player, the songs wouldn't come up. I've tried trouble shooting but for some reason nothing is able to bring the songs up on the computer so that I can delete them. Did you ever find out how to fix it or is it a glitch and unfixable?
    Email me @ [email protected] if anyone has an answer.

  • friendofandr Aug 30, 2008

    I have several albums on this mp3 player but it also says "no songs" why?

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When i turn on, it states: "no space for db. please delete more than 4omb" then frezzes when you try to get past the artist or other options.

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Reformat the device plug into the usb on ur cpu open windows explorer and find the removable disk right click the device and goto format do fat32 dont do qiuck format load songs and enjoy

Posted on Sep 19, 2008

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Anonymous

I have had the same mp3 player, and it usually showed up as an item in My Computer. It stopped showing up this way and I had no way of accessing/changing files. I solved it by using the player's menu to "Restore Default Settings." It doesn't delete the songs in memory, but it did solve this problem!

Posted on Apr 14, 2008

Anonymous

The same thing happen to my rca s1010a all I can say is call the number the 1-800 number

Posted on Jan 29, 2008

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