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How to download the recorded material from my LG 32LC2RR television hard disk?

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SOURCE: JVC Hard Disk Camcorder (Everio)


To my knowledge, the he JVC has a docking station which allows transfer via USB or Firewire to your PC, have you tried using that? The JVC will appear as another drive (External Storage Device) in your "My Computer" and therefore PC utilities to check for errors, recovery and even formatted could be used/performed. Alternately, you can try removing the harddrive and connect it to an external USB adapter to the PC and same will also hold true except the camera is no longer p[art of the equation.

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Posted on Jul 02, 2008

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SOURCE: Problem in Copying Recorded Material from Hard Disk to a Blank DVD

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I have the same problem with the same model LG, bought a year ago. It only gives the 'Record-blocking signals detected' message when there's something I really want to record. Over the winter it was Jane Austin's Pride and Prejudice. Today it is the British Open Golf from Turnberry. We are out tomorrow, for the last day of play and can't record!!!!! It seems this player has build in blocking signals even to channels we can normally watch. Any help would be appreciated - before tomorrow, July 19th.

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I have LG 32LC2RR LCD and a lot of problems with it: 1) When start to work, there are no sound but verry bad, loud, terrible sound(khhhrrrckkrkrrrkk) 2) I can not formate HDD! LCD can't record!...

hello and I got the same problem and solve it as I put a small hard drive HITACHI 40 GB. then your TV formats it alone. I put the disc in its original computer and deleted a partition, then created a new fat32 partition and format the drive with partition Magic.
. after being assured that no disk errors and put the second disc on my computer. I used norton ghost and clone HITACHI seagate disc on the disc. never mind one that is less than the other. importantly, the small disc was recorded right information and transfer it to large.

the whole thing was a big obstacle. after its original disk formatted TV stopped initialize it strange is because of the Hitachi drive was installed Linux and TV recognized it without problems and I formatted it alone. may have been lucky not know

Jan 16, 2011 | LG Electronics 42 in. LCD Tv

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JVC Hard Disk Camcorder (Everio) GZ-MG155U, after break in file management, came out of it showing no recorded material (I had 6 hours of material recorded on it at the time) and though the on-screen...

Try to connect first the Camera to your computer and check if there's any file inside it and see if you will be able to find that recording if not you can try to download a datarecovery software on the internet or just take this Camera to a data recovery center near you and let them do the recovery of the recording....

Hope that helps........

Jul 02, 2008 | JVC Cameras


Hard Drive Basics and Beyond Part1

Hard Drive Basics and Beyond

The typical hard drive is basically not much different than an old fashioned tape recorder.
There are magnetic heads which record data to your hard drive platters then read them back as information is needed. I won't get into how this data is stored right now, since what you really need to know is how to repair, maintain and recover your own hard drive.

Remember, a hard drive is not memory or ram (Random Access Memory).
If your program tells you there is not enough ram available to run an application, it isn't telling you that your hard drive has run short on space, but that your memory (ram) is not large enough to handle the program. You can also increase Virtual memory by using an area of the hard drive
to mimic Ram which will allow the program to run.

Whether you have a Serial ATA (AT Attachment) or standard IDE (also known as EIDE or PATA) drive, the mechanics are pretty much the same.
HDDs record data by magnetizing ferromagnetic material directionally, to represent either a 0 or a 1 binary digit. They read the data back by detecting the magnetization of the material. A typical HDD design consists of a spindle that holds one or more flat circular disks called platters, onto which the data are recorded. The platters are made from a non-magnetic material, usually aluminum alloy or glass, and are coated with a thin layer of magnetic material.

But the real important thing we want to address here is just How they get damaged in that sealed environment, and how to avoid it.

The best way to manage a failing hard drive is to use the software that originally came packaged with it. A lot of times you will discover a smart drive error has occurred and sometimes this error is false, but usually cannot be undone.
When a failure is anticipated by S.M.A.R.T., the drive is typically replaced and returned to the manufacturer, who uses these dead drives to discover where faults lie and how to prevent them from reoccurring on the next generation of hard disk drives. None of which help you right now.

A word of warning here about care, handling and maintenance.

Never cover that little breathing hole on your hard drive with tape. It is even better to make sure it is face down to prevent dust collecting on the hole.
Due to the extremely close spacing between the heads and the disk surface, any contamination of the read-write heads or platters can lead to a head crash, (a failure of the disk in which the head scrapes across the platter surface), often grinding away the thin magnetic film and causing
data loss. Head crashes can be caused by electronic failure, a sudden power failure, physical shock, wear and tear, corrosion, or poorly manufactured platters and heads.
Very high humidity for extended periods can also corrode the heads and platters.

So what we want to do here is first save the drive, second test the drive for errors and third try a data read and write to be sure the hard drive can do what it was designed for, Store Data.
All of this can be done with the CD that came with your hard drive. For those who are testing and fixing a drive that came with their PC, a disk may be obtained by finding the manufacturers site who made your drive and downloading the apropriate Drive Manager software for your Hard drive.

on Mar 16, 2010 | Computers & Internet


Having trouble recording TV broadcast to DVD?

My LG DVD recorder was unreliable when recording TV broadcasts to "standard" DVD disks. Frequently it would begin recording a show and then stop with a copyright error message during some commercial. I rarely got a complete show. Very frustrating!

Solution: Buy some DVD-RAM disks and this machine will become totally reliable. They are hard to find and a little more expensive than +RW or -RW. Because of the copyright programming on this machine only DVD-RAM disks will work in VR (Video Recorder) mode.

on Apr 29, 2009 | LG RC897T DVD Recorder/VCR Combo

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Hi. i have a LG lcd 37" flat screen t.v. In the

Hi Andy,

Unfortunately, your TV does not have any hard-disk recording facilities built in. The reason for the "Record" option in the menu is that some other LG TVs share common hardware and software with your TV. This means they all have the same menu options but on some TVs certain options have no function or are disabled, e.g. the "Record" option on your TV.

If you want to record TV programmes, you will need to buy an external device with hard-disk recording facilities.

Hope this helps.


Nov 29, 2010 | LG Televison & Video

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Recorder LG - RH361SE (HDD failed) Can I replace HDD?

The hard disks inside the recorder should be exchangable. If you still have warranty, bring the machine to your point of purchase, or repair shop, as directed by the shop you got it from.

As you are at it, consider asking to change to a bigger size HD, and pay a little for the prize difference?

If out of warranty, try changing the disk. These machines should be easy to open, as long as you do not have the electrical cord plugged in and do not touch capacitors that might hold remaining charge.

However, although the disks are mostly standard IDE disks, there might be a software specific to this brand of recorder on the old hard disk, so pls find out if there is downloadable boot images existing that you could transfer.

You might even have a corrupted boot image... and not a broken disk.

Here is a discussion thread with pros and cons about changing the disk:

Jun 24, 2009 | LG RH1999H DVD Recorder/HDD Recorder

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After recording a one hour episode, won't recognize the dvd.

Try inserting your DVD media into the PC and doing a 'quick format'. The LG is not seeing what it considers to be media that it can use. It is not seeing that you have inserted recordable media. Sometimes you can reformat the DVD or do a quick media erase, and the LG can then put on its blank "squares" that is uses for its menu selection. I think that it what it does when it 'initializes' a new media.

Apr 23, 2008 | LG DR787T DVD Recorder

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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...................................

Nov 06, 2007 | Televison & Video

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Finalization of Disks

Failing to Finalize and thus making the DVD 'playable' on other DVD Players is most often caused by the media (your blank disk), not the Recorder. Trying another disk, from the same 'stack' or manufacturer will often have the same result. But, it is a 'hit and miss' situation. As you have the recording on the hard drive it can be worth your while connecting another basic DVD Recorder to input the material to a disk in that recorder. Sounds silly perhaps, but I have actually done this - and had the disk finalized in the second unit.

Oct 24, 2007 | JVC SR-MV40 DVD Recorder/VCR

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