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Mpio HD-400 is stuck on loading screen windows doesnt recognize it

I just bought my Mpio HD-400. The last thing I used was the recorder device. On the next day it didn´t turn on so I charged it again, but it didn´t respond. When I plugged it back to the computer it started turning on and then just stayed in the loading screen, stuck. It wont turn on, I left it so that it would use the battery and loaded again, but it is still stuck. HELP PLEASE

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    i have that problem too, i dunno,



    It was working fine yesterday, but i was playing it today and it was stuck on the loading screen. I kept on restarting it, but it was still stuck.Did you find a way to fix yours?

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How can I replace the hard drive?

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That means you have a dead hard drive Yeshai

Posted on Sep 04, 2007

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No solution yet. Throw to the seller for selling such crappy gadgets.

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Alotita, I have an MPIO HD-200. Does Windows play the sound like you have something attached when you plug it in? Or does Windows not regognize it al all? Either way, I've had to play with mine after I've dropped it a couple of times. I charge the battery all the way, then just keep plugging and unplugging from the USB wire. The last time, it took 20+ times before Windows would recognize it.

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