Question about JVC Cameras
Due to the time constraint, your best bet would be to return the unit and purchase a replacement while doing so.
Formatting error indicates a hardware problem, most like the hard disk is requiring replacement. Shock, jarring and any number of incidents could cause the HDs to fail. Repair would involve the services of a qualified professional, looking over/ordering the replacement and of course would add to the expense of the actual acquisition making it more expensive.
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Posted on Aug 11, 2008
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