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No system found on hdd

Hello my names harith i've tried to switch on my toshiba gigabeat but it writes no system fund on hdd..please assist me as fast as possible

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Sounds like a HDD crash, try booting with a startup or recovery disk to see if you data is still there. If so, BACK UP IMMEDIATLY. Then you will have to reinstall your Operating System. MM85

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Everytime when i switch on my gigabeat f20, it shows this error.NO SYSTEM FOUND ON HDD. i've tried formating but once this error appears, you can't do anything. Sometimes it shows SYSTEM ERROR.


Hi theofrimp109,

This error usually happens when the firmware has been corrupted or deleted. The easiest way to correct this is by updating the firmware. You may also try to restore the firmware data by following the steps below.

1. Connect the gigabeat to your computer using a USB cable.

2. Start Explorer on the PC.

3. Open the folder in which the gigabeat room is installed.
--> The folder in which the gigabeat room is installed can be opened by clicking [Start] [All Programs] [TOSHIBA gigabeat room 2.0] [gigabeat room 2.0
Program Folder]. Usually, the folder will be found in C:\Program Files\TOSHIBA\gigabeat room 2.0.

4. If you can't find the folder, please go inside the gigabeat then click on [tools], [folder option], go to [view tab] then select [show hidden files and folders].

5. Now, inside the gigabeat root, copy a folder named "GBSYSTEM" located in the folder that was opened in Step 3.

6. Use "Safely Remove Hardware" and disconnect the gigabeat.

Hope it helps.

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Jun 28, 2011 | Toshiba Gigabeat MEG-F20S MP3 Player

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Could I please have more instructions on how to restore firmware data as I am still getting same results. "NO SYSTEM FOUND ON HDD" 00200060


Just install your software that came with your Gigabeat. After installation please run the following program. Start/Programs/Toshiba Gigabeat Room/Formatting Utility for Gigabeat. This will place all the files back in the hard drive. Please do not format this unit from My computer to the drive letter. You end up deleting the system and boot files. if that does not help try this in your software you right click on your gigabeat room and open it up and find gbsytem folder drag and drop into your gigabeat on your my computer screen. and then check out.try it couple of times.many times this does work for first time directly. -------- you can also try contacting topshiba service center click the link directly http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/support/jsp/home.jsp ---------- try downloading the firmware again and installing it in your device click this link directly for firmware http://www.megaupload.com/?d=MO4S7T6I ----- This will help. Thanks please keepupdated.please do rate the solution positively .thank you for using fixya.

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This Worked For Me!!! Check this link it is the only thing that fixed my "no system found" problem. This guy really did his homework. http://home.comcast.net/~mmoyars1316/Gigabeat/Giga_fix.htm

Sep 24, 2008 | Toshiba Gigabeat MEG-F10K MP3 Player

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I need help


the OS as been delete from hdd , most of the time 'cause formatting hdd with windows
must have other Gigabeat same model fonctional , or call Toshiba and ask for repair center near you they can copy O.S. back in your Blank hdd .

Hope that help a bit
Regard
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TOSHIBA GIGBEAT MEG-F20S MP3 - ERROR NO SYSTEM FOUND ON HDD


When formatting occurred a key system folder was erased - Toshiba no longer maintains the replacement software -sorry

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Because bootloader found ,must copy again GBSYTEM

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Error number 00100060


Comment by MAHMOOD, posted on Oct 22, 2007 my younger brother plugged my megf20 gigabeat to pc and he formatted that using windows xp format disk utility now when i am turning on the gigabeat i just see an error and that is
no system found on hdd
error number is 00100060
if you can help me please

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easy. just reload the firmware with the supplied cd. mexico

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