Question about LG Televison & Video
Unplugged, re-plugged, held power button 5 seconds, released, tried different out let. No power .
On most optical drives (CD, DVD, etc) associated with computers there is a small hole somewhere in the front cover. If, with the power off, and the unit unplugged, you push a straightened paper clip into this hole it will often release a catch and push the carrier out a few millimetres and it can then be pulled out completely and the disk recovered. This does not usually damage the disk or player in any way.
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Posted on Jan 31, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: LG RH1999H DVD Recorder
I did try removing the Hard Disk from the recorder and did a diagnostic and fix-disk using Ontrack software. Ontrack showed no structural and physical defects on the hard disk. I replaced the hard disk in the recorded and guess what! Please wait, please wait, please wait, please wait...................................
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
i fixed this exactly as previous posted solutions, however a couple of points.
a) recordable CDs work if you don't have a DVD burner.
b) I didn't have a CD burner that would do an "image burn", I downloaded a free copy of "Express Burn" and that worked fine. The disk needs to be "finalised" or "fixated", it should do this automatically, or it may be a tick box selection.
c) I got a "No DWLD 09" when I put the disk into the player. I found this was an incompatibility with the CD-R (Maxwell) I was using. I changed to JVC and it worked fine.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
have you tried more than one dvd ?? i have heard that even the slightest mark on a disc and they won't play hope this helps regards Jim
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Sharp BD-HP24U
Hi...I also have a Sharp BD-HP24U. I was having trouble with my Netgear router as well. I wound up downloading the latest firmware update from the Sharp USA website onto a memory stick. Then putting into the USB port in the back of the player, and uploaded. I am now happily streaming Netflix. Hope this helps!
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
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I had the same problem with my LG bd670
blu ray. I fixed it. It was a failed firmware update. I went to the
LG website and downloaded the update and copied it onto a flash
drive. I unplugged my blu ray (hdmi cable too), put the flash drive
into the usb port on front, and plugged in the power cord. It took a
couple of minutes but it loaded the update from the flash drive and
shut off. I plugged the in hdmi cable and turned on the blu ray and
done. All was well in the world again. I hope this helps anyone with
the "boot" error message on the LG bd670 blu ray player.
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