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Hard drive error

I haven't used my device much since purchasing it new. It is never been dropped. Recently I turned it on to play and after playing 3 or 4 songs normally the screen displayed "Hard disk error". Then the device would not play any more music and a knocking sound started. Am I totally out of luck? Or, is there anything to be done to remedy this?

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  • thebagelboy May 16, 2009

    I have same problem. Hard drive error. I don' t want to lose my 1000 songs I have on device.any other ideas.



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Same exact problem let sit for several months went to turn on and all i could see was a "hard disk error" message flash very quickly and then turn off. after months of no help online i decided to open
my jukebox 20 and there are 4 ni-cad batteries inside. i removed batteries and replaced with 4 "AA"
regular energizer batteries and it works fine. at least until i extract my 1000 songs and put them on another device so i ll never lose them. GOOD LUCK.

Posted on May 25, 2009

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Firmare upgrade on the Archos site should solve this. I had the same problem, updated and unit was fine only problem is you will lose all your files

Posted on Mar 08, 2009

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How to resolve Xbox 360 disc read errors. Xbox will not play disc.


Is your xbox360 having trouble reading disc? In this guide I will provide some common solutions to help you fix your disc read issues.

1)Remove any memory devices or usb flash drives.
2)If the disc you are using is excessively scratched, this can cause the xbox to have trouble reading the disc. You can use a damp soft cloth to try and clean the disc. Grab the disc by the edges and using a soft damp cloth lightly wipe the disc from the center going outward.

3)Try removing your Xbox hard drive and then play a disc. Turn off the console. Locate the hard drive on the top of your system(depending on how you have it positioned). Press the release button on the hard drive.

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If your system can read disc without the hard drive attached then you may need to replace the drive.

4)Clear the Xbox360 cache. Clearing the cache may remove updates to certain games. Keep this in mind.
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If after the above steps you are still having trouble. You may want to contact Microsoft Xbox live support to have your system serviced. You can find the support information in the link below,
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If you know someone that recently bought Halo 3,(within a week) ask him/her to return it with your defective game in the case. He/she will receive a new unopened Halo 3, and you can take your friend's recently opened copy of Halo 3.

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If you don't care about saving money, you could buy another copy of Halo 3.

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