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close right side cover is showing on the screen display but door is closed i have already replaced the door switch and power supply board and main mother board and tray control board.kindly advise what can i do to remove (close right side cover) sin? Tariq E-Tech E-Mail : e_tech_pk @hotmail.com cell : 03455235670.
If opening closing the front door does not reset this code then have the image processing board replaced if you can find one. Legacy Minolta machine now konicaminolta company. Have you had any one mess with board in the back of the machine check all connections.
OK. I assume the display does not say 'locked' when you press eject. A DVD drawer is run by a small rubber belt on most of these old machines. This belt can be worn out (Very common) The DVD drawer position is detected by a switch that can be pressed in or out to detect the drawer is closed or open. This switch can cause the drawer to stay in if it thinks the drawer is not yet closed. Cleaning the switch (Take the DVD drive out and remove and clean or replace the switch) can usually fix this. A fault with the DVD process cicuit board can also cause this. I would recommend a new machine if this is the case. Testing: Bad belt - the DVD drawer shifts a bit when the eject button is pressed. Bad switch - a whirring sound can always be heard when the DVD is first powered on. May give an error in the display. Bad process board - Generally, says open forever or close forever and will not change back to normal display. You cannot get any other functions to work after you press eject. Unplug the machine, its normal until you press eject again. (just a generic common thing)
If you're using Windows Vista this will bring you to a new prompt screen asking you what you wish to do. Select 'Task Manager'. You will be returned to the Desktop and the Task Manager will open up on the screen.
Click on the 'Processes' tab on the window, and search through the list until you find something along the lines of... AcerTour.exe
Click on this process to highlight it, and press the 'End Process' button. (This should immediately close the running process)