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Whole time Player when powered on displays Error reformat media and then switches off. When plugged into PC an error message is displayed I/O problem. Has anyone got a manual for this thing? Regards Bob

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Re: Whole time

Sounds very much like a failure of the player's hard-drive itself, rather than something you did. If the unit is still under warranty, replace it.

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