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Error-91-1D5 playback normal but no video output and also error 3900 appears

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Microsoft suggest that we can fix error 91 by creating a new registry key. To create a new key follow the steps below:

Click on Start
Type Regedit in the search box
Press Enter
Locate the following entry in the registry HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Transaction Server
Now select the transaction server and right click on it
Select New and then choose Key
Name the key as Debug
Right click on the Debug key and choose New
Now select Key and name the key as RunWithoutContext
Ref: http://backspacetab.com/error-91/

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You indicate that playback is normal yet there is no video. Can you please explain further? I'll look up the error code tonight, but in the meantime, run a cleaning tape through the system. It doesn't take much to lose the video signal at the heads.

Stay tuned for more...

Dan

Posted on Oct 07, 2009

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A CD came with your unit .. on that CD is the service manual .. (dont need user manual) ... the service manual lists all the error codes ... if you no longer have that CD then you can purchase the service manual here
http://www.manuals-in-pdf.com/search-dsr1800+service+manual.html?&forward=plist
its about $15 at this site as a downloadable PDF

thats a very nice machine .. hope you get it going ..

Posted on Oct 07, 2009

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