Question about Goodmans GPDR40 Digital Media Player
Check if the connection to the hard drive has come off. If you are a bit technical, unplug it from the mains (otherwis it will be live, remember), take the back off, push the connection into the hard drive, just in case it is loose. If the problem still exists, then you will need to take the hard drive out, and check the connection on the other end of the thin cable. That should do the trick
Posted on Mar 21, 2008
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