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Press the Jump button to access the Jump screen. Select to Menu,Settings,System Info. Press Menu + Shift + X simultaneously. This prompts you to erase Flash Memory. Select Yes. From the same screen, press Menu + Shift + R simultaneously. This prompts you to erase Sign-In Information. Select Yes. Insert a paper clip in the reset hole while holding down the Power button The device vibrates if done correctly. You are now restored back to the original factory settings
There is a small hole on the back down right of the data plate, you have to insert a toothpic or straighten paper clip in the hole. depress and hold for a few seconds. re boot and you have the machine back to original.
here should be a small hole in the back and inserting a paper clip will reset set it to the original settings, this is not he same as recycling. This should be explained in the manual. You'll then have to set up the router, e.g., log on, security, etc. Basically what you had to do when you first got the router. Then on the laptop run the wireless connection wizard.
I have this same problem. I have 3 cards. 1 of them my Marantz PMD671 just doesn't like, and produces the error message "you need format on PC". I can format it on PC, and use it normally, but the PMD671 will not have it. The card is a cheapo Dane-elec. I give up at this point.
Is there a reset on your player? It would be a tiny hole that you could insert a paper clip in to push a tiny button in the player. Do this lightly if there is such a hole. The manual would tell you if there is one or not.
This is basically a reset button for your player, and it will should restore the original settings. Then your files might re-appear though if the problem is more serious, they may not. Either way you haven't lost anything by trying.
Check you manual or look for the player's manual on line to see if you have a reset function. Most players have them. And if you do this, do it lightly and keep the paper clip as straight as possible so as not to damage the innards of your machine. Good luck.
Your unit's micro IC, is in need of a reset.Un-plug the unit and locate the semi large yellow capactor on the main board. (r-h side facing front) Now flip the unit over and look thru the vent holes in that same area and locate the two solder pins. Short them out with a thin metal object, like a straightened out paper clip or wire, and turn it over (just discharge the cap and remove your wire) this will default all settings and restore normal operation.