I was adding songs to my M:Robe using my laptop which runs XP. I accidently did not eject the player, simply pulled out the cables. Now my m:robe has an error when i turn it on instead of playing the songs, however it still can be read when attached to my laptop, and all the song files are there.
Can anyone help? :)
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Purple Robe lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's an excellent country gospel recorded by The Stanley Brothers. This old song isn't difficult to learn to play, the chords are simple. ... The man who wore the scarlet purple robe.
Your question is not quite clear; however, if you mean that your computer is dead and you want to eject the DVD from its player (Note-Books/ Laptops) try the following:
1. Search and find a tinny pin-hole next to the eject button
2. Find a suitable size pin (I use extended paper clips) - push it through that hole and apply a little bit of pressure. that should release the locking device and the DVD should come loose. Pull it out and remove from the player.
Hope this helps and please give me a vote if this helps.
Try plugging it back in to your computer and eject it from your iTunes or what ever program you used to load the music in. Then unplug it from the Computer. You have to eject it from the program first... I hope this will help!
Some of the iomega hard drives don't communicate with Windows XP very well. Ejecting isn't needed, but you simply unplug it. Just make sure you are not accessing it at that time. You can also shutdown the computer and unplug it then. Restarting the computer may also allow you to eject it.
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your cd drive might just be jammed. on the front of the drive there is a little pin hole. find yourself a safety pin or paper clip and insert it in the hole. push the pin in and it will unlock the drive door. with the door open restart your computer.
Hey, sorry you havn't received a solution for your m:robe till now, you've probably already fixed the problem. But if not, I'd suggest taking it back to the store that you bought it from, then they can send it back to the 'Customer support centre'. I had the exact problem happen to me and I just had it sent away, it came back fine. Hope that helps:)