Question about Archos AV 500 400-Hours Video Recorder
If possible it may be the hard drive, try changing out the hard drive and see if it continues to reboot. Also try reformating that hard drive. it may be a bad logical sector causing the problem in any event look at the hard drive first and the if it is ok, concentrate on a possible power supply problem. If both of these prove to be not the problem, see if you can do a software reload or upgrade. As this might also be an OS issue.
Posted on Oct 08, 2007
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