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RCA Opal 2GB Troubleshoot

Alright when i start my opal, it says "profiling requires 4MB" and then i plug it to my computer, Drivers are giving me trouble, sayin it can't start, but the mp3 says "USB Tranferring"

 

Next thing was that, when i plug the opal to my xbox 360, it succesfully work with no conflicts.

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  • dynastarr Nov 09, 2007

    When I start my opal it says "profiling requires 4 mb of space" and then immediately shuts down. Even when I plug it into my computer, it doesn't recognize it at all. I've tried holding the reset button in for at least a minute but that doesn't do anything either.

  • Anonymous Jan 29, 2008

    Same exact thing going on here.

  • reshy29 Mar 08, 2008

    I have a RCA M4002 MP3 Player. My computer will not allow me to access the player. Everytime I go to turn it on it states profiling requires 4mb free space. I tried downloading the software but when I try to run the program it does not recognize my player is hooked up. I am using a computer with Vista. I have no way of accessing the player or editing or deleting anything. Please help I cant figure it out.

    Thanks in advance

  • xcautionxx Mar 18, 2008

    yeah, when i try to turn my mp3 on it says "profiling requires 4MB free space" and then shuts down. when i plug it into my computer, there's no repsonse. i can't access anything on my mp3.



    HELP! :(

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Anonymous

Press reset. It's on the back. Hold for 10 seconds and it will work again.

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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You can order one online

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  • Anonymous Mar 03, 2008

    try buying a nother usb cord

    it might work thin

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