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REPLACE HARD DRIVE

To replace hard drive in pioneer DVD recorder PRV-9200 [or even in general terms] 1. What format does the hard drive need to be and
2. any system files need to be on that hard drive ? [if so where would you get that info]

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melnavz
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SOURCE: Hard drive shows full even after erasing 120 hours.

You should empty the recycled bin in the system and delete all temporary files on it.

Posted on Jan 10, 2008

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SOURCE: dvd recorder wont finalize etc

The DVD drive works harder when trying to record the info faster. As the unit ages, tracking is less precise. DVD-R copies occur at 4-16X real time. Try DVD-RW disks which copy slower (now that the price has dropped substantially), and you may find that your aging drive can still copy programs from the HD to the DVD.

Posted on Mar 22, 2008

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SOURCE: Pioneer DVR-633H-S hard drive problem

do the Reset to factotry settings,hold two buttons same time {STOPand STANDBY}on front off your unit and unplaged the power from the wall same time.wait like 5minutes,and pluged back the power,this my work,did work for me.

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

adnanbhatti
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SOURCE: need a service manual for Pioneer DVD Recorder

The manual is available but for a fee of $10. Only pay if you trust the site is legitimate:


PRV-lx1-dvd-recorder">SERVICE Manual Pioneer PRV LX1 DVD RECORDER

You will find some use full troubleshooting guides here on this page:

Pioneer DVD Recorder

Just scroll down and download pdf files which you think might help you.

Note: I have no affiliation with any of the above sites. They are for your reference only.

Posted on Sep 10, 2009

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SOURCE: Pioneer PRV-LX1 DVD Recorder will not initialize.

connect a keyboard and hit F1.

Posted on Nov 28, 2011

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-you PVR may have also done a hard reset and formatted the hard drive. This would delete all the files on the PVR.

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Need a service manual for Pioneer DVD Recorder PRV-LX1


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PRV-lx1-dvd-recorder">SERVICE Manual Pioneer PRV LX1 DVD RECORDER

You will find some use full troubleshooting guides here on this page:

Pioneer DVD Recorder

Just scroll down and download pdf files which you think might help you.

Note: I have no affiliation with any of the above sites. They are for your reference only.

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Hi, I am a technician. to solve this problem you have to change a new hard drive or re-format the old one.
After replace or format you must have a pioneer service remote control in order to enter the serial number ID for bios system to recognize the hard drive and the DVD drive in the system, otherwise the recorder will not work at all with the new hard drive.

For more information you can e-mail me at

sereyvutha2@netzero.net

good luck.

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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.

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