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HDD1630 Problem (PLEASE HELP!!)

My Mp3 player gets to the start up screen where it says Phillips, but all it does is that you can hear the hard drive clicking continuously, and it wont move from that Phillips screen, anybody have any ideas what i can do to fix it before i rip it apart and take a look at the hard drive?

Posted by Jason Schweer on

  • Jason Schweer Feb 01, 2007

    also right after that it asks to connect the mp3 player to the computer via Usb

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Anonymous

Well sorry but that doesnt sound to good a recomed u take it back before the warranty runs out

Posted on Feb 11, 2007

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