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Go to Samsung's support site. You can download the manuals and software from there, normally however the YH-925 is managed through Windows Media Player (excuse my language ;-), with the player plugged in you should be able to select it from the left-hand side to get it's management console.
It's been some time since I was last forced to suffer Windows so things may have changed, download the manual(s) and if needed the software from the link above for full, plain-English instructions.
yes. did you drop it? i dropped my old samsung yh-925gs and the same message came up. i had to carefully unscrew it, and reattach the hardrive. it is easy, and you will see what to do. just take it appart, notice where the hardrive is, see the unconnected connection, and click it back together. it is surprisingly easy.