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Driver and setup cd - media error

I lost my driver and setup cd, so i can´t plug it at my win 98 os. I delete all files from the mp3 including the "settings.dat" and probably cause the "media error" when power it on. Can i fix it up!!

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Re: driver and setup cd - media error

Vicbac, Try here for the recovery software: And here for the binary 'bios' I have twice recovered my Acer MF-350 (256MB), and this will work with the 128MB version. Good luck.

Posted on Oct 13, 2006

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