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Possible failure of the processor. You can shut down, power off the unit completely. Allow time - few hours - for the voltage to drain off thereby resetting any error voltage on the processor. Now repeat the resetting when you power and if there is no response the chances of the processor or motherboard having errors/damaged components are high which will require a voltage/signal/logic trace in the processor
I have done it! All I did was take the yellow video cord and plug it in those progressive scan plug in until I could see a blurry screen enough to be able to see to do a reset, which is under system and did a factory reset. I DID IT AND DAMN PROUD OF IT SINCE THE EXPERTS DIDN'T EVEN KNOW IT!!!!@
Jennifer pc, fl
You might want to reset to factory defaults, but there is an error in the manual. In order to reset to factory defaults, turn on (with no disc inside), DO NOT OPEN THE DISC TRAY, just press the stop button on the player for 5 seconds.