Question about RCA OPAL M4001 MP3 Player
Posted by Anonymous on
Prifile requires 20 mb of space
Posted on Apr 20, 2011
Step 1: Plug it up to your computer via u.s.b.
Step 2: Go to "my computer"
Step 3: Right click on the icon that shows your device
Step 4: Press format on the drop down menu
Posted on Dec 21, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Straiten the end of a paperclip and push it into the reset hole on the back. When you turn it on, it should operate as normal without any data loss.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
Found a small pinhole on the back of the device. In small lettering it says reset. Carefully insert a pin and light push when you feel it's hit a dead end. It resets the issue and you can resume using your device. Leave it up to a girl to find that and figure it out. lol
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
SOURCE: cannot open my M4204-A
Sounds like you need to reformat yyour drive or update your firmware. Here is the link try it first without formatting there is a check to format and not format. If you run into a problem. do this
Unplug the mp3 from the USB press and hold the menu button for 10 seconds, release then press and hold the play button, while holding the play button plug it back in. Wait until it says intializing, then release the play button and press start. Here is the link.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
I'm hoping to ficx ur problem. Ibeliev you might have to much loaded on yor mp3 for it to even startup completely, so I've tried to write down how you can remove a song or 2 or 3 etc to make room on your mp3 memory. This might resolve yyour problem.
Try hooking it up to a computer throught the usb cord, then click start (just close any windows that open up), then click 'my computer', a window will apper listing several 'discs' for example the harddrive is usually disc (c)...One of the discs there ( (f) opr (e ) orso) will be your mp3 memory. Open all disc one by one, (you can skip the harddrive disc (c) ), till you find files that resemble the ones on your mp3..when you find those, then delet a few songs orso. When done, close all windows, remove the mp3 and try again.
I fthis helped (or not ) please rate, thank you!
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
Hi,You just need more space on your player. Just connect to your computer, back up files, then delete enough to leave 20mb. Hope this helps! Oh and for all the support for the M4304 visit this page:http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com/product.aspx?product=420
Posted on Jan 10, 2011
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