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I have an JVC DRMH50 and it has ceased to operate the hard disk. has ceased to read and write. My question is: how to change a computer's hard drive with similar features or need any special software factory to initialize the new disk.

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Apparently you need special software for the hard drive. I had problems with mine and the power supply eventually gave up and I had to replace it from JVC. Looks like it is a common problem.

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