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Unit was dropped. getting message 'disc can't be read'

Unit was dropped. now getting a message saying the disc can't be read

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Dropping any electrical unit will almost everytime destroy it. Sad but true...this unit may have many problems. I suggest you replace it altogether! Sorry! Thanks for asking!

Posted on Jun 03, 2010

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