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HELP Whenever i turn my M:robe on it says MISSING/INVALID FILES, i have No idea whats wrong! pleeeeeeease HELP

Posted by ashley mcfadden on

  • bata mendez Nov 14, 2007

    help meee!!!!!!!

    I accidentaly delete a file in my m:robe and now here says invalid/missing file!!! help please!!!

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Did you go to Olympus's m:robe site and download the firmware and install it again?

Posted on Dec 03, 2007

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