Re: Same problem: 2 clicks when I put disc in, then 'open...
OK, this solution isn't very professional. I have the same problem all the time. The problem is a result of the xbox 360 dvd drive wearing out. It wears out faster when the xbox is vertical. Make sure you have the disc out of the xbox if you do this, this is the method I found so I don't need to spend 100 dollars for a new drive. In anger, I banged the xbox up and down a couple of times, then put the game back in, and it was fixed. This may require multiple tries to do, but it SHOULD fix it. A good thing is it doesn't violate the warranty. I have done this quite a few times and it worked. Good luck.
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To update the firmware for the Vizio VBR100 Blu-ray player, you need to download the firmware package to a computer with a CD-R or other optical disc burner. The firmware is a .zip file. Next extract the contents of the compressed folder to see the .ISO file. Use the computer program to burn the ISO to CD. Windows 7 and later included this type of program (right click on the file and choose Burn disc image). For other systems, you need a program that can burn image files to disc. Nero Burning ROM is one such program.
Now make sure that the player does not have an optical disc in the unit and turn it off. If possible, plug the Blu-ray player into an UPS (battery backup). Turn the player back on and wait for the No Disc message. Press Eject to open the disc tray and put in the CD with the firmware. Close the disc tray. The Loading Disc message should appear on the screen followed by the firmware screen. Press Select on the remote to start the update process. (Use the down arrow followed by Select to cancel the procedure.) Wait for the update to finish; you do not want the power to go off during this time. The disc tray will open when the "Success" message is displayed. Remove the CD and press Select. The unit will restart. To check your firmware version, turn on the Blu-ray player with no optical disc in the tray. When you see the "No Disc" message, press eject to open the disc tray. Press the digits 7 8 0 4 in order on the remote. Look at the Revision number of the firmware.
Note: not all versions of the VBR100 can have the firmware updated. Also, Vizio no longer supports this model. There are some third-party sites that claim to have the file. Use caution; suspicious code can be added to the file by various parties.
I had this error code as well. Here's the solution that ended up working for me:
Eject the disc tray and remove any disc from the console.
Important: Do not close the disc tray. Leave it open.
With the disc tray open, remove the power cord from the back of the console.
Gently push the disc tray about half-way back into the console.
Plug the power cord back into the console.
Push the power button on the console. The tray should close the rest of the way, then the console should restart and display the Xbox Dashboard.
Important Do not use the controller or the disc eject button to turn on the console.
Try updating your console software again.
What this does is put the DVD drive into Mode-B, which is an alternate operating state that allows the drive's physical memory banks to be flashed with new firmware. Because the latest XBL update involves flashing the drive with new firmware, you may need to physically put the drive in Mode-B. The latest update flashes the drive to make it compatible with Microsoft's new high-capacity disc format, XGD3, which will be used sometime in the future.
The only thing to do there if you have tried everything to get it out..is to remove the disc drive and take it apart...
but this is a strange 1...i,ve never worked on a computer where,s it,s swallowed up the disc...only if the disc drive is stuck in the closed position.....
Or remove the disc drive,give it a gentle taop on the top...then near the bottom of the opening you should see a small hole to put a pin in it ,to manually open the drive...try that a couple of time rarther than opening the drive up...
Hope this help...if it does then please rate it and if i can be anymore help..
HI, this will happen if the optical lens assembly becomes unstable. the (open tray), is a system message that will show if the lens doesn't activate and, send data to the main board. you will need to replace the optical lens assembly or, the DVD-ROM drive.
Replacing the entire drive is recommended and, its quite easy.
The easiest and most permanent fix would be to install a new drive. The process is simple and does not require alot of technical skill. Get your unit back up and running good for like fifty dollars or so.
I have a similar issue to you, except that my dvd drive will only recognize a disc if I have booted up into windows with it in the tray...once in windows it will still think it has the first disc in no matter what disc i insert. If i boot up with no disc then it will never read it unless I follow the steps below.
A solution I found by pure frustration and trying all sorts of things is to eject the DVD tray and leave it opened, then right click on the dvd drive in 'my computer' and select the 'hardware' tab...then select the drive and click 'properties'. A new window should open. Select 'volumes' and click 'populate'. Now close the window and insert the disc you wish to read, close the tray and repeat this process. Windows should now recognize the disc you inserted
Alot of trouble I know, but it works for me. Hope this helps.