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It doesnt read my SD memory :S

When i bought it i used it whit an SD of 2GB, like 6 months later it stop recognized the SD Card, so i used one of 1 GB and everything was perfect until last week when it doesn't recognized the SD card. when it is starting it shot down, and when is connected to the computer just blink white and black.

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  • Kirume Apr 04, 2008

    I'm not in the country :S any other Idea??? PLZ
    Thank you any way

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Take it back for a replacement or contact the manufacturer for a warranty replacement.

Posted on Apr 01, 2008

  • mugman May 29, 2008

    Well there is one other thing you can try. Follow this address to get instructions on how to do a firmware update/flash. It may correct your issue. If it doesn't then I would say the player has failed completely.

    http://digiblue.com/customer-service/faq...


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