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Our Philips Desktop 9750 is not responding on entering card

When entering the memorycard, there is nog signal at all. Also no information on display. Nothing is happening.
Do you have any suggestion in what to do to fix this problem?

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The 9750 accepts up to a 1 gig card as long as the firmware is up to date. Latest firmware is available at dictation.philips.com.
Also, I have seen some 1 gig cards that are not formatted properly.
If you are indicating there is no power at all, check the power cord.

Posted on Nov 25, 2008

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