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Sumvision aqua plus 500gb media player

Formatted the drive because of a player error but now the player does'nt play when connected to my tv ;( . And when connected to my computer nothing is there!!!

PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • emctwin Aug 04, 2008

    My problem is the same. MY Media Player is saying No media detected and making the same reving noises. I've also seem to have lost the built in drivers. Can anyone help pleaseeeeeeeeeee!

  • brockwild Sep 07, 2008

    same problem here. Not detected when connected to the computer and says no media detected when connected to the tv. Seems like I have lost everything I put on there. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGH!

  • sanhas18 Jan 17, 2009

    same problem too. Really need to resolve this because i will loose of material collected. Please help any one.

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Same problem, best recomendation is to return it where you bought it from. If you can't, open the box, carefully look at it and try spot any loose/wobbly parts and stabalize it.
It happens due to knocks it received or it has been dropped

Posted on Apr 16, 2009

I have just had a problem with mine. It is saying 'no media detected' while making a funny 'reving sound' I dont know what has happened.

Again as in prev post. Please help!!

Posted on Jun 22, 2008

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