Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Why does my mp3 player day "file not found"?
I cant get any thing
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
So i got one of these and it did the same thing so i put it up for like 3 or 4 years and i just found it and it did the same thing so i riped the back off of it and it stated to work after 3 year i did not think it would work but now it works so try riping the back off of it
Posted on May 13, 2009
My suggestion? DONT BUY RCA MP3 PLAYERS!!! ive owned several differant models, 3 of the h125pa and all three of them led to 'file system corrupt'... if you're lookin for headphones.. a cd players.. or a tv.. rca is a good bet.. but stay the phukk away from their mp3's cause they have no idea what theyre doin.. try 'creative' or any of the other walmart brands.. might not look as pretty but damn are they easy to use and very very reliable..
Posted on Jun 02, 2008
Hi, I got the RCA H125 mp3 player for Christmas 2006. Just before Christmas 2007, I got the File System Corrupted. I tried formatting the hard drive and uploading RCA's update software from their website, but neither will fix the problem. I called RCA at 1-866-449-7112 and they said it only has a one year warranty but I need the receipt to send it back. Can anyone email me a file of a photocopied receipt? ([email protected])
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
Hold down the control stick WHILE plugging it into your computer. That is, hold it down, and keep it held while you plug it in. Should get it to recognize.
Next, go to http://support.rcaaudiovideo.com/downloads.aspx?product=199
and download the firmware update, and run it. Follow the on-screen instructions and it should fix the problem.
(If that link brings you to a menu, just click mp3 players > mp3 players > H125 to find a link to the update.
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
I had the same problem and went through RCA support to get a solution which (to my surprise) actually worked. Here's what you need to do. Connect your USB cable to your computer but do not connect to your mp3. Hold down the toggle switch on the mp3 while turning it on. Then insert the other end of the USB cable to the mp3. This should allow your computer to recognize the mp3.
Now go to website: support.rcaaudiovideo.com (no www. prefix). Go to "software updates". Click on "mp3 players" a couple of times and then your model "H125". Then click on "H115 and H125 Lyra Hard Drive Upgrade Utility" and follow the directions from there.
Posted on Nov 14, 2007
After doing all other said courses to fix the problem I just held down the power key for like a minute willed the darn thing to work and low and behold I turned it on and the file corruption errror message was gone and all my music was still in the device.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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