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Just Attached your Hard Disk with your PC and formate your Hard Disk
Posted on Oct 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Unable to do anything!!!
Did you finaleze the DVD after dubbing?
After dubbing material from hard disk to DVD you need to "finalize" the DVD disk to make it playable. You would think that this action would be accessible from the "Dubbing" menu. It's not. Each time, you have to go to the "Setup" menu, which is normally used for the initial setup of the video tuners and default values of record/playback preferences.
Are you deleting the files correctly ?
For example, If you choose the "Navigation" button on the remote to view a list of what you have recorded on HD and you see that several of them are no longer of interest and can be deleted, you have to back out step by step from the "Navigation" set of menus, then press the "Edit" button to first choose an action (delete) then get the same list of programs to choose the ones to delete
Have you used this machine in the past successfully?
Posted on Feb 05, 2008
SOURCE: Faulty hard drive
Your hard drive needs to be replaced. They don't tell you in the operators manual, but these drives are extremely vulnerable to shock (even a 1/4" drop can kill them) and temperature change.
These machines are not sophisticated enough to mark bad sectors and work around them. Without a new hard rive, your machine will not work.
It is very unlikely, but there is a tiny chance you could reset the hard drive with a service remote. But considering how expensive and difficult it is to get a service remote, it is not worth the effort. You would also need a service manual, whic BTW is not particularly good, so you would need a lot of time and the chances of success are very small.
Considering repair costs, you may be better off financially to get a new DVR.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
I am so pleased to hear that you have restored the DMR E55 and for taking the trouble to let me know. It's always satisfying to achieve something like that and I guess you'll get even more pleasure from using it now than you did before. They are good machines and well worth the effort to keep them going.
Thanks again and kind regards
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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