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What's happened? all of a sudden my computer will not recognise my gogear, I have tried reloading the software but this does not seem to help. Help!!! the gogear needs the repair programme, but will not recognise it is connected

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Seems to me after having the same problem and getting no satisfaction out of philips that this thing is a piece of crap! After searching there is a TON of people that are having the same problem. Philips is no help at all! Anyone out there that has solved this problem please email me! [email protected]

Posted on Jul 25, 2007

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