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Panny E85 - can not get DVD-RAM out

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by BluEvicE, Dec 22, 2004.

  1. BluEvicE

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    Please help. I format DVD-RAM in computer with original Panasonic RAM diver to UDF 2.0, then put it into recorder and that was the last thing i see my Panny good working. Since that time recorder report error and reboot, do self check, error, reboot, .... I could not switch off, switch to HDD or eject. Only to pull cabel out of power point. Please help how to get DVD out of recorder. I hope it will work fine again.
    Thanx a lot.
     
  2. JamesL

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    Hold the standby button for at least 15 secs and then try the eject.
     
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    What make of DVD-RAM drive do you have in your PC? Using one of the recent LG drives seems to cause this problem with or without the Panasonic UDF drivers.
     
  4. JamesL

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    I have the LG4120 - worked a treat with DVD-RAMs on my old HS2 (and also with DVD-RWs in my new Sony RXD500 and RX1000 for that matter).
     
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    While the machine is switched off, press and hold the stop button and channel up button on the machine (not the remote) for about 5 seconds.
     

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