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Re: hard disk prob
Hard disk is bad. can you format?
Detach the Zen player from your PC , and ensure that the Zen Sleek is turned off.
2. Connect the power supply to the player.
3. Hold down the Play/Pause button while inserting a paper clip into the Reset hole
underneath your player, beside the data/power connector. Keep on holding the Play/Pause button while you release the Reset button. The Rescue Mode screen will
4. After the recovery mode has started, release the Play/Pause button
It will display the following options. Clean Up
Scans the player and removes invalid links from its music library.
Does not affect music files themselves. Format (All)Caution! Erases all content!
Save a copy of your player's content before formatting. Reload OS/ FirmwareCaution! Erases your player's firmware. DO NOT select the Reload Firmware option unless you have access to a PC and you have downloaded the necessary firmware to install. Reboot
Reboots the device.
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Reboot your Mac with Command-R held down to see whether it can boot into Recovery Mode and if so, follow Apple's instructions for using Disk Utility to diagnose your hard drive. If it can't boot into Recovery Mode, take it in to an authorized Apple repair shop.
After pressing the power
button in capture mode, the lens would extend and a slight humming from what
appeared to be the auto focus motor could be heard for about 5 seconds. When the
motor stopped humming, the camera would beep and display E:61:00 in the LCD
Camera would extend the lens
but not be able to focus on anything past 8 inches or so.
Zoom in and zoom out would not
Playback mode and the Setup
mode was not affected.
To solve this Put the
camera about a half inch from a hard surface. Let the lense
go out and hit the surface and retract a little bit. Let it go out all the way
when it tries the next time. If that doesnt fix it, try this: Turn
it on and let the lense go out fully See where the lens
comes out of the camera? The little round crack that surrounds it? Wiggle the
lense a bit and blow in there a bit. (Be sure not to blow on the lense!)
Now turn it off/on again, and it should be fixed See the following video, It may
also help you
I hope it will be Helpful for you. Thanks and keep Using FixYa
Hi you should keep on tapping F8 while booting so that an option will appear to select safe mode. or if you have a recovery CD restart the computer then press F2 or Delete to access the Bios Page look for Boot Options and change the first boot priority to your CDROM restart the computer and just follow the instruction on the recovery disk.
First make a hard reset ...do to that press home button and power button the same time until the phone restarts after restart press and hold quickly only the home button to go into the recovery mode then connect it to itunes and make the restore ;)
Th prob lem could be most probably your hard drive casing not supplying the correct voltage and not enough for the hard disk to spin the moter so please connect the hd directly to the computer if its fine just change the external casing..
Restore the PC to original condition with the HP Recovery Manager
Follow the steps below to use HP Recovery Manager to return your notebook to its baseline factory condition, then allow the PC to run all the setup programs.
Press the power button to turn on the PC, and press F11 on the keyboard immediately while the computer is starting up. The HP Backup and Recovery Manager window will appear.
Click Advanced options , select the System recovery option, and then click Next .
If the Recovery Manager can access the hard drive it displays a prompt to backup up user files before continuing the recovery. You may either backup your files, or skip the backup and recover the operating system.
If the Recovery Manager cannot access the hard drive to fix the system errors, use the set of Recovery disks that you created to recover the hard drive to its original condition.
After the hard drive is returned to its original condition, restart the PC and allow the PC to run all the setup programs.
if thias does not work then you should return it to supplier
Sounds like you have tried all the obvious. The unit may have a terminal hardware problem or an unrecoverable firmware problem. I suggest that you return the unit to a dealer and see if there support guys can produce a cure for you. I am looking for any other things that you may try. Will post any for you soon