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Your HDD(hard drive) has lost components. It could also be faulty. The only way to fix it may be to replace the HDD. Then you can log into PSN and download the latest firmware update onto a thumb drive(memory stick) then do a manual install from safe mode.
Once it's gone, it's gone.
You can try loading the firmware update from Philips website, but this is unlikely to resolve.
Philips HDD – Reloading the Firmware Hack 1. Plug your GoGear HDD into the computer 2. From ‘My Computer’ right click the GoGear drive and format it. Be SURE you format it as FAT32 and quick compression is not on 3. Create 3 folders on the newly formatted disk called: ‘_System’ , ‘Data’ , ‘Media’ 3. Download fom Philips the latest Device Manager for your kind of player 4. Install the Device Manager 5. On the Desktop, right click the Philips Device Manager shortcut, then Properties, then open file location. 6. Copy the folders you see there into the ‘Data’ folder 7. Copy the Firmware.ebn file into the ‘_System’ folder 8. Unplug the device and now it should run fine -Tha Mp3 Doctor
3. Insert the CD in your unit. It will auto-install the firmware. Follow onscreen instructions. Takes about 10 minutes total.
After the update, my existing HDD shows are playable again, and I can record and playback from the HDD. I bet it would be a good idea to periodically backup your shows on DVDs, and regularly reformat the HDD.