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Problems with my phillips pss120/00

My player says PROBLEM! PLEASE CONNECT TO COMPUTER
i have tried to restore it but this message keeps coming up everytime
tried to reformat the hard drive but dosent fully format plaese help It powers up when you do alright only it shows PHILIPS, Gogear then the next thing on the screen is "please connect player to PC"

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Kwekukei, Have you tried power on, volume raise switch (+) at same time ?
Have you got the Philips software on your PC ? (wwww.usasupport.philips.com)
you will also need to have wmp version 10. (although others report it working on vista)











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