Question about Archos 605 WiFi Digital Media Player
For those with the 4 GB model, try removing the SD card and powering completely off, without selecting any of the recovery options. You will probably get prompted to recover when the device boots, click OK to recover - do not reinsert the SD card. Perform a complete power off and power on cycle without the SD card. If this works, reinsert the SD card and perform a power off/power on cycle. If it prompts you to recover the system, the SD card is bad (the data can probably be read by the device after it has restarted, but will continue to cause the recovery mode). Note that reformatting the card in the device does not seem to resolve the issue. Try reformatting the card in a PC or digital camera (this option worked for me).
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
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