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Sounds like the ccd has gone out, its the item in the camera on the back of the lens that transfers and processes the image that the lens is seeing to an image you can see on the lcd screen. Common problem from your description. I hope this helps.
Try to use a cotton swap to 1st clean the recording lens or blow gently
on it. Place an empty disc in, format the disc, record a little scene.
Turn off camcorder. Place the error disc in the camcorder, turn on the
camcorder all the way to play/edit. If this doesn't work turn it to
record and try to record. Worked for some of my error disc
Try this: Play back a recently recorded scene through the viewing screen. Make sure any "mute" setting is turned off and turn the volume up. If you can hear the sound, the problem is not in the camera. Also, run through your menu's audio settings to make sure that they are set correctly. If you can't hear any sound, repeat the process with an external mike attached. If this gives you sound, the camera's built in mike is defective. Time to hand it in for repair. If you still can't hear any sound, something else is wrong with the camera. Again, send it in for repair.
There is 2 possibilities, either aperture of camera jammed and doesn't open or CCD Imager got defective in your Sony DCR-DVD105 camcorder. Let me know if you have little experience of camera repair to guide you further.