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Stuck on read system files

When player is turned on start menu appears then read system files. it freezes on this screen for ever and won't turn off. tried reseting but the same thing happens over again.

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  • sabba_r Jan 20, 2009

    when player is turned on start menu appears then read system files. it freezes on this screen for ever and won't turn off. tried reseting but the same thing happens over again.

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I think your hard drive is dead. im not an expert but the same thing happened to me and i got it sorted with a new hard drive.

Posted on Apr 13, 2008

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