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When i try to turn it on it beeps at me then shuts off

When i try to turn on my mp3 player i get reppeted beaps in the rca lyra screen. then it shuts off or goes to a charging screen (if pluged in). if its in the charging screen on both sides of the chaging battery it says hdd failed to int.

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Try reformatting the drive while connected to the PC

Posted on Nov 28, 2007

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