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Did you remove the "transport" screw for the laser head before installing? If so, are you sure you're installing the CDs correctly (with the label side up)? If Yes to both of those, then try resetting the player to see if that helps. The reset button is located behind the detachable faceplate.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Matshita DVD-RAM UJ-840S Problem
If you can remember a time when it worked, the simplest solution may be to use system restore to a time when you think everything worked. If that doesn't do it, go to Control Panel, open device manager, and and check for any yellow checks for your CD/DVD ROM drives, and your sound, video and game controllers. If there are none, your system is go. Also go to your audio manager on control panel, and set it up for whatever speaker configuration you have. But most likely, your CD/DVD burning program may be corrupted. Remarkably, the drives don't work unless you have a functioning non-microsoft CD/DVD burning program. They don't need drivers. Find out what program you have by downloading Belarc Advisor, a free program which not only tells you everything in your computer, with model numbers for hardware and all of your software (with their unique codes), and will also inform you if you are missing any needed Windows updates. Once you know what CD/DVD burning programs you have, go to Acer and download any updates (you can't go to the manufacturer of the program, because they make special editions for different computer manufactureres). If that doesn't fix the problem, you can find and reinstall your original program (you may have made copies of all your programs when you first bought your Acer). You can copy the original programs that came with the Acer using Acer eRecovery Management. (You can read about your Acer by clicking on "All Programs" and then on "AcerSystem", where you will find your manual, where you will find the following info: The eRecovery allows you to backup/restore the factory default image, and reinstall any applications and drivers. (In this instance you want to reinstall your CD-DVD burning programs). You just need to select the Burn Disc button, then select the application you want to burn to the disc--in this case, you CD-DVD buring program you identified with Belarc, burn it, then reinstall it. (You might want to burn all the applications the computer came with, just to have them for backup). That should get you going again. Let me know if you run into any problems.
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
You can try reseting the unit.
Reset the set to the default factory settings:
All the information stored
(programmes, time and date) will be lost.
1. Disconnect the set from power supply.
2. Press and hold down "STANDBY•ON" on the set and reconnect the set.
3. As soon as "IS TV ON?" is displayed, release "STANDBY•ON."
Hopefully reseting it will clear whatever problem it is having and allow you to once again use your DVD player.
Hope this helps. Good Luck.
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
SOURCE: error code 6 & error code 4
hi try first to insert a clean up CD, and test your Cd player with an original CD, if the problem persist , your laser sense is defficient you have to go to fix it to a specialist.
hope this helps you
Posted on May 21, 2008
It is possible that this is a drive issue, I've seen drives that one of the optical reader device has gone out, but generally it'e the DVD reader and will only read CD's. It's very rare that the CD reader goes and the DVD reader works. Before you replace drive, if it's only music CD's (you didn't mention program CD's), then update your media player. If it still won't play, then unistall the media player and completely reload it. At this point you can replacse the drive.
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
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