Hi my screen says video management file is broken reset required. I pressed the button and an hour glass rotates and it says reset complete but then it keeps on doing this and will not let me record. I can view through the screen but am unable to record it simply ignores any further commands. I can take still images but no video.
Ok i had the same problem, this is what i did I hooked up my camera to my pc via usb and wenyt into the cameras harddrive itself and noticed that one floder that i would click on said that it was corrupted that floders name is EXTMOV i made a new folder on my desktop named EXTMOV and remaned the Folder on the camera EXTMOV1 then dragged the new EXTMOV folder on the camera I got the same message that the video management file needed to be fixed went through the process and now the camera works!
Here's is how I solved this issue, I used a Louisville Slugger in my backyard and destroyed this piece of Sh_t. Destroying It felt great after watching this recorder malfunction during my daughter's graduation. JVC should be ashamed of themselves with this issue. I will buy a good and reliable product next time.
Just had the same problem - couldn't access any of my footage. I went through the menu screen and scrolled down to "Clean HDD". It took a little while, but everything's working again. Am currently downloading all footage.
Gary - not an answer - but mine just started doing the same thing. It was working perfectly fine and one day I turned it on and this message pops up. I've tried everything to reset or "fix" the problem, but it just keeps giving me the same message. This is happening in the video mode and when I press the button to review videos. I'm getting on the phone with JVC today to try and figure this out...hopefully it won't result in having to send the camera anywhere. I'll report back if I get any useable advice.
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Re: screen says video management file is broken
Actually the problem is which button you use when responding to the message. You must use the little joy stick on the flip out LCD screen. When it says the Video Management file is Broken... Message push in on the little joy stick and that will fix the broken file and all will be well with the world again...
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Depends on what tablet. Some are not replaceable and some are very expensive. Most are bonded to the lcd screen to prevent dust getting in between the glass and lcd. Almost all tablets require complete disassembly to replace the glass. This is not a did project if you are not familiar with this process. There are tons of youtube videos on various tablets be advised if you chose to try this repair yourself your first attempt will probably take several hours and make sure you order a set of quality tools. Parts are available at amazon and ebay as well as a few others.
A beep tone will activate when selecting the HWS buzzer alarm. The alarm beep will become shoter and shoter every 15 seconds for one minute followed by one minute silence before repeating the cycle. The HWS alarm will sound for one hour until turning off by pressing the Power button. Press the Power button whilst the alarm is activated will cancel the alarm for 24 hours. 1. The HWS buzzer alarm can be set either radio is on or off. 2. Press and release the HWS buzzer alarm button , the symbol will flash. 3. During the symbol flashes, long pressing the button for more than 2 seconds followed by a beep and display Hour digit will flash. 4. Rotate Tuning Control to select required alarm hour, then press time set button again. The minute digit will then flash. 5. Rotate Tuning Control to select required alarm minute, the press time set button again to complete HWS buzzer alarm setting. 6. Press and hold down buzzer alarm button for more than 2 seconds followed by a beep to switch on or off the HWS buzzer alarm. Display will appear when buzzer alarm has been set.
To set the time for this unit, press and hold the menu button. Press the track advance button ">>>" til it reads clock H, then rotate the volume knob to adjust the hour. Press the track advance button again, and it will read clock m. Rotate the volume knob to adjust the minute. Then press the back button and it will take you out of the menu. The color can be adjusted from the button that says color just about the menu button. You can adjust the color of the screen, the buttons, or both. Hope this helps
Hello... sorry to hear you are having problems! With the radio powered up, if you will hold down the "sel" button for about 2-3 seconds, it will enter into the menu mode. From there you will see "demo". Turn the volume knob counter clockwise to turn it off. Then press advance track button ">>>" til it says "clock h" and then rotate the volume knob to adjust the hour. Press the ">>>" button once more to the "clock m". Rotate the volume knob to set the minutes. After that you can press the "sel" button again to exit the menu mode. Hope this helped!! Good luck with your venture!
Turn on the radio and the display will show 'CODE'
Use the Steering Wheel Remote Controls for code entry.
Press the [ ¬] button then rotate the thumb wheel for the correct first digit Press the [ ¬] button then rotate the thumb wheel for the correct second digit Press the [ ¬] button then rotate the thumb wheel for the correct third digit Press the [ ¬] button then rotate the thumb wheel for the correct fourth digit
If the correct code is now shown on screen, press and hold the [ ¬] button for up to 10 seconds to store the code ===========
1 On your computer, select Start > Programs > Philips Digital Audio Player > Aria Device Manager > Philips Device Manager to launch the Philips Device Manager. 2 Turn off GoGear Aria before you continue. 3 Press and hold the volume button while you connect GoGear Aria to your computer. 4 Keep holding the key until the Philips Device Manager acknowledges GoGear Aria and enters the recovery mode. 5 On the computer, click the Repair button and follow the instructions of the Philips Device Manager to complete the recovery process. 6 When the recovery is completed, disconnect GoGear Aria from your computer. 7 Restart GoGear Aria.
The full manual is found here: http://www.p4c.philips.com/files/s/sa1ara16k_17/sa1ara16k_17_dfu_aen.pdf
This should help. When the hourglass symbol stays on, press and hold down the start button for at least 15 seconds. The screen should clear and then you can navigate back to the correct opening screen and select music, videos, photos etc. as you require.
you do is you press the play/record button on the left side of the
camcorder when it is open to get to the videos. then you use the laser
touch operation to scroll to the video you want to delete. then, right
under the screen there should be 5 buttons. the one to the left of the
menu button has a picture of a garbage can looking thing above it. just
press that and then press yes when it asks you if your sure.
Apparently the firmware on the camera is very finicky especially if you do any deleting/renaming of movie files via windows and the USB (rather than using the camera's menu interface). My suggestion (worked for me anyway) connect via USB, explore the JVC HD, find your videos, save them on to your computer (drag and drop, or edit copy, etc) then once you've accomplished that, go into the camera's menu, then settings, find the option to FORMAT HD, do it.
This fixed my dilemma, hope it helps others out there.