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Hard Disk problem

What am I suppose to do with the Philips HDD100 if i can't turn it on? I can use it when connected but I'm stuck when I disconnect it! What should I do, in theis case? please help!

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I think you battery might have died.

Sounds exactly like the problem I had when mine died.

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