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Missing or corrupt system files

I formatted my device and now i can load and store info and music along with video, but when i disconnect from my system i keep getting the error and it wont work . Where can i download the system files?

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  • jasoncarib Jan 19, 2009

    the thing is the disk was lost when i from back home from the states

  • Brian Perry
    Brian Perry May 11, 2010

    Have you tried to reinstall the system files from the original disk. There should be a system restore disk, rescue disk or something like that.

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I suggest you order a new disk and try it before you try any other fixes. The manufacter's disk should have everything you need. Call their service system and have them send you another disk.

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