Question about RCA Lyra RD2315 MP3 Player

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Display says no files

When I turn on my player it says NO FILES on the display. When I go to the MENU: ABOUT it says Version 1.67 Free 3 mb total 476. When I plug it into computer the files show up in explore but then computer freezes up when I try to add files or shut it down. I scanned it with AVG and scan came out no viruses.

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  • VVickedKitty Sep 14, 2007

    Sorry posted under wrong player. Mine is a Thompson E Music

  • Mushy23 Jan 07, 2008

    I am having the same problem!

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Free up some memory for the system to work - the player requires 20 - 30 megs of memory to store info (ie indexes files). You are pushing the limit to the edge, if you want to add more music use the external memory card feature but don't exceed the song and folder limit for your firmware limit.
I have the RD2317 1G internal + 1G external - 500 songs; I thought to add a 2G but why; it would hit the song limit of 520.
Warning record feature does not work on cards over 512M consistently - crashes the player - most likely power consumption issue with external card.

Posted on Jan 16, 2008

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