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It would be a lot simpler to get the remote. Check minidisc.org to find the one you need (most MD Sony MD Decks will do most functions with any sony MD remote) the catch is you need the exact one for stuff like this. You can also check the manual there to try and find a work around but I think you'll need the remote.
Almost any Sony MD remote is available on eBay, the parts houses still carry them but they can ask a lot for them. I recently found the exact remote for my 5CD-->MD deck for $1.99 at a resale ship, it would have been $65. at the parts house.
I looked a bunch of places for you and could find any.
You might try another sony MD remote as their dirty little secret is many of the codes are similar. So another sony MD remote may give you most of the functions you need.
I found a rare MD remote I needed but was unwilling to pay $60USD for at a local resale shop for 99 cents so it can't hurt to try there or any electronics or tech junk shows you might happen on nearby.
No. Only Hi-MD players/recorders can play Hi-MD's. They're a later and totally different technical specification. The discs may look superficially similar but it's like trying to play a Blu-Ray disc on a CD player.
I just turned on my Sony MDS-JE520 and got the same error message RTs00c00e00. Didn't wanted to play MD, but did throw out the MD. After turning it on and off still got the same message. When I took the remote and pressed the key display, it came back to the normal "mode". Everything works again, so hopefully it stays with only this one-time incident.