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Keep displaying-NEED TO FORMAT HARD DISK DRIVE DO YOU WANT TO FORMAT

My jvc Everio handheld camcorder keeps displaying-NEED TO FORMAT HARD DISK DRIVE DO YOU WANT TO FORMAT?ALL DATA WILL BE ERASED.

EXECUTE
OR
CANCEL


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It happens due to write/read issues, Best thing I can suggest backup if you have video in Harddrive and perform format.
Good Luck

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

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