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I have a RCA mp3 version 1.67 and I can´t realize the formatting anymore because my pc says that I don´t have the rights to formate...It´s also not possible to eliminate the songs with teh pc and when I try to eliminate the songs manual the mp3 shuts down.... Please hlep me!!

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Try using this it worked for my m4002a. It's the firmware update software.

http://download.rcaaudiovideo.com/downloads/autoupdater.exe

After downloading that just follow the instructions that pop-up with the program.

Mine wouldn't do anything before i tried this and afterwards it's been working without a problem.

Posted on Jan 02, 2008

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SOURCE: rca opal mp3 M4008A

Make sure the hold button on the right side of the player is pulled down away from the arrow.
I had this same problem today one I move the hold button, it rebuilt the database and
went into the menu.

hope this helps

Posted on Jan 17, 2008

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I was having the same problem as the rest after hooking my RCA S2001 MP3 player up to my new computer that is running Windows Vista Home. I did the following to fix my MP3 player on my old computer which is XP Home.
I fixed my player by loading the latest firmware version (1.5 at this time and can be found at http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com/product.aspx?product=124&post=6 ). After you load this application to your computer you access the update device application from the start menu/programs/RCA digital Audio Player/Jet/Update device. One thing that I had to do that had not been mentioned yet in this forum was selecting "Format data area"
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Doing this wipes your device completely clean but it allows for you to keep using the device. The update device program will give you additional information after the update and format.
This should fix your device if not contact RCA through the same website above to ask additional questions.

Posted on Nov 07, 2008

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SOURCE: formatting of RCA EMUSIC 1 512MB

i try to erase/format my current music data but my computer get hanged. the files are still there when i access it in my computer but when i what to use it using my headphone, it's gone. can u help pls. my mp3 is still very new.

princerwin

Posted on Nov 20, 2008

Anonymous

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SOURCE: UMS Device Format

drop it from about 2 ft off the ground onto a hard surface like a wood floor. got the advise from this website actually.i was doubtful,but desperate. it works now!

Posted on Nov 24, 2008

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