Question about Philips HDD070 MP3 Player
Here you go this link will take you to the philips webpage for the downloadable versions of whats on the disk-
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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The disk you used the first time should still have a copy on file in your computer. Look for AMV Converter; AMV Player; Media Manager; MP3 Player Disk Manager; MP3 Player Upgrade Tool; Uninstall. My little booklet said I didn't need the drivers on the disk but I wanted to know more about the machine than what I could get from the horrible english version of the booklet. I bought the extended warrenty for mine.
Last resort: Click on the UPGRADE TOOL and when you get to the companies website for the download, switch to the: contact us email, if you registered your machine for the warrenty they may let you purchase a replacement disk.
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