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Toshiba RDXS32 Error message Err14

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Bob H2, Feb 18, 2005.

  1. Bob H2

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    I spent some hours today recording shows from the HD to DVD.

    My Toshiba RDXS32 is now giving me the above error message althought apart from that it is working perfectly.

    Anyone experienced this? I have had the recorder for about 6 months without any other problems.
     
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    I got this last night.
    Err 14 means it thinks the DVD you were writing to is bad.
    You can clear the error by pressing the display button on the remote.
    Then try another disc.

    Mark
     
  3. gmr

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    According to the manual that means "DVD disc access error detected". Have you tried some other blank DVD's?
    Cheers
    Gidon
     
  4. Bob H2

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    Thanks for that. Hit the Display button and all is well.

    Regards from Australia.
     
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    You are probably using 8X Slivers (purplish in color). Avoid them and this should do the trick. Look for warning labels that say that it is the new dvd-r spec for 8x writing speeds.
     

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