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Problem with Database Refresh

I used the Database Refresh option on my 6GB H10 and it has been stuck there even after about four days. I've tried letting the power run out, resetting it by removing the battery, and connecting it to my computer. It will turn off when I leave it alone but whenever I turn it back on it will still show the message "System Initializing" along with the moving clock icon. Can anyone please offer any assistance. Thank you.

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