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Main Memory Disappeared

I had the onboard 256MB memory pretty well fully loaded and was using a 1GB SD card, (Using firmware 2.053). From one day to the next, on turning on, it took even longer than usual to review the index. When it finally finished, it reported nothing on the player's memory. When I connect it to my computer, using WinXP Media Centre, it recognizes that removable drive is installed but trying to read the drive or transfer files to it, returns a gripe asking for media to be installed in the drive.

Any ideas on how to remedy this?

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  • sherrijmasse Nov 13, 2008

    my rave mp3 downloads just disappeared. I don't know how to fix this. Can you help

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