My MP3 player turns on, shows the initial RCA screen, shows the initial boot scren and then shows boot error and shuts down. It displays either "USB connected" or "Safe to disconnect" when plugged into my computer. How do I get this thing to stay on? It is NOT found in the RCA tech support website AT ALL. Thanks!
Connect lyra to computer
go to my computer on your start menu
lyra will show up on other devices or portable devices
double click on the lyra icon
this will bring up another lyra icon right click on that
go down to the option format and select that
you will lose all of your music
solved my problem two hours after it started
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hmm did u try holding the button down for 10 secs when it started? now maby u could help me i bought mine and now my memory is full and i wanna delete either a few songs or the whole all i dont really care but i had downloaded a bunch of nirvana songs and now i cant click on them 2 listen so if u have a answer plz email me at [email protected] thnx
i would prob try redownloading the music. but i have a question idk if its the same way but i downloaded some nirvana a while ago and now it doesnt play also i really need 2 know how to delete songs off my rca lyra rd2765a so plz if u know any thing email me at [email protected]
You may have let a magnet get near the mp3 player. Go to "My Computer" Then double click on the Mp3 player. You will see "Internal Storage" Icon. Right click it and click format. You will lose all data on the device. Also upgrading to 3.003 does not fix the Boot error problem.
It is easier to reformat the mp3 player. When the mp3 is plugged in to the PC, go to my computer, the double click the mp3 player there. You will see internal storage, right click that and click format. You will lose all the stuff on the mp3 player.
Had same issue with mine, right out of the box! I called support, they sent me to some 3rd party support company... That place told me to return to vendor. Thompson Support. They basically just tried going to the RCA website, found nothing there, and finished up with return to store...