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Flicking problems had a portable media player yes pmp-9 and i did'nt use it in 24 hours and when i use it everything stored in the hard drive model no. (htc46020g7ce10 c4k60 travelstar) was lost and i notice a sound, some sort of flicking..can u tell me or email me what should i do.? email: [email protected]

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Sonds like the hard drive is physically damaged. was it subjected to shock or did it fall?

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Dead Hard Drive. Thats all i can tell you. Did you hit a huge pothole or drop it today? With the way firmware is today you'll juest need to send him in. Sorry to say it, but that's the solution! thanks! Let me know of any followup needed
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