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I have the jvc kv-px98 and i turn it on and it goes to a blue screen with id:4100 and freezes there

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SOURCE: shows ID:4100

Connect to power supply, turn on, press reset button (under the power button); you will not loose settings. This is all said also in the manual undet reset.

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

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SOURCE: jvc kv-px9b showing id:4100 even after reset

The Reset won't make ID:4100 go away. I had same problem, then I dropped it to the solid ground about 1 feet high (on purpose), and then, to my surprise, it works again. Really. I think it is either caused by poor internal connection or anti-shock function that make it cannot access the internal Hard Drive.

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