Yesterday, my WS-100 wouldn't turn on so I replaced the batteries. Today, when I plugged it into my Macbook Pro, the following message appeared:
"Device Removal: The device you removed was not properly put away. Data might have been lost or damaged. Before you unplug your device, you must first select its icon in the Finder and choose Eject from the File menu."
However, the computer then stops recognizing that anything is plugged into it and the screen on the DVR goes blank too. I tried unplugging it and putting the two pieces together with a new battery, but it still won't turn on.
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Hello Press the FOLDER button to choose a folder Press and hold ERASE button for 3 seconds or longer. The ERASE indicator will flashes Press the ERASE button again. Done blinks for two seconds and the deletion will be complete Note AN erased file cannot be restored. During this process don’t remove batteries. Otherwise data may be damage
I reformat my olympus ws 100 on a mac and, erase everything, and the computer didnt want to recognized it. When turn on the display showed check and went off. When turn on without connecting to the computer and without the hold the display showed no format. If you use the foward button you can change the display to yes format and press play to select. That solve the problem.