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FUNAI SV2000 WV10D6 DVD recorder Recording errors on new DVD +RW discs

FUNAI SV2000 WV10D6 DVD recorder
After inserting a new Maxell DVD+RW and when I hit record or enter a timer and then hit standby it reports "Recording error Cannot record on this disk E454037380"
After inserting a new Memorex DVD+RW and when I hit record or enter a timer and then hit standby it reports "Recording error Cannot record on this disk E454040990"
Did not have many errors when first using but now getting only 3 usable disks (recordable without error) out of a 15 disk pack. I have cleaned the recorder repeatedly after each time I've gotten an error message. I have turned the recorder off, waited a few hours, tried recording again, still got error code. Have unplugged, waited hour or more, plugged back in, tried to record again, still got "...cannot record on this disk" with error code respective to the brand of DVD Disk. Help! ? @B>) Please!

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  • dandm_cooley Aug 27, 2008

    There is no software to reinstall. It's a hardwired DVD Recording box that connects to my DVD/VCR player that is connected to my Television to record movies from TV and DVDs/VHSs.

  • dandm_cooley Aug 27, 2008

    I have cleaned the recorder repeatedly after each time I've gotten an error message with RCA discwasher CD/DVD laser lens cleaner disc.

  • dandm_cooley Aug 27, 2008

    Yes, thank you, I realize the problem is with the SV2000 DVD recorder, is there any workaround for this problem? Is there anything that can be done to get the DVD recorder to format the new discs without the error?

  • dandm_cooley Aug 27, 2008

    Hi again, cleaned the inside with air and the laser lens with isopropyl alcohol w/ que-tip. Still getting same error messages as before when try to record on new unused RW DVDs. The Recorder can play, it just can't record, for some reason it is unable to format the new disks to record.

  • dandm_cooley Aug 27, 2008

    Hi, I tried that in the past, had used DVD-RW to record and got the same error code on all the DVD-RW that I had gotten on some of the DVD+RW so took them back in exchange for more DVD+RW since it had recorded with some of them, while other brand new DVD+RW had also gotten the same error codes when attemptd to record.

  • dandm_cooley Aug 27, 2008

    Have already cleaned lens and inside of DVD with no improvement.

  • dandm_cooley Aug 27, 2008

    Thank you all for all your help. Can anybody recommend a dependable cheap DVD recorder?

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HI,

You can try cleaning the dvd lens with a commercialy available cd/dvd cleaner.

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

  • Priya darshan Aug 27, 2008

    If you need anymore help let me know.

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Try to clean ur lens and try it

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Doesn't matter if another type of DVD disk works or not. Lens die too.

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    monk3ybidzness Aug 27, 2008

    The reason you purchased that DVD recorder is to use a DVD+RW. Now if it does not perform what it's supposed to do (can't work with DVD+RW), the lens needs repair / replacement.

    But if it works with other type of DVD discs & you can live with it, that'll be good. But keep in mind that eventually the lens unit will reach it's end of life.


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Often DVD units develop problems in writing either DVD+R or DVD-R, this regardless of the fact that they are supposed to work with both.
Use DVD-R, this should do the job.

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These units don't have a lot of error correction capability. ou will ned to open this up to clean the lens yourself using a cotton swab and alcohol. The commercially available "cleaners" do nothing but move dust around.

If the cleaning does not resolve it, update this ad we'll try a few experiments to determine where the problem lies.

Dan

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Provided they are brand new "blank" disks of the DVD-R/RW type, and its a case of after you insert the disc and it attempts to load the message is then seen to come on before it goes through the automatic formatting procedure, (spinning circle on LCD) then it would strongly suggest that its a recorder problem.

Hope that helps.........

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

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    Mark Gil Aug 27, 2008

    This can be a problem with the lesn already of your DVD player ,it may need to be replace so better take it to a repair center near you and have it replace..



    Good luck.........

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    Mark Gil Aug 27, 2008

    Sorry to say but there is no workaround for this problem, the best thing that you can do is to have the lens of the DVD player replace of the whole DVD player if its still under warranty replace it from them....

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Reinstall your burning software

and try a different power and data cable

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

  • dewan nafees ahmed Aug 27, 2008

    i would suggest you to try a different power and data cable.

    also use a different burning software.

    also use the inbuilt software of windows to burn the disk.

    thank you



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