Question about JVC DR-MX1S DVD Recorder/VCR
SOURCE: JVC DR=MX1
this happened to mine - could be that it is getting too hot (mine is in a cabinet) - turning the machine off (by unplugging the plug, not putting on standby) and letting it cool down seems to work.
However, the dvd has now stopped working (not related to the above problem) - hence me looking
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
I got mine on-line, though I've forgotten where. Do a search using "JVC DR-MV1 manual". If all else fails, I could send you a copy, The pdf size is 8196 kb.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
well, i sympathize with your problem- it may be a bit expensive, but there are 'data recovery' services available on-line. if the data on the hd is still intact, then they can either 'burn' it to dvds, or transfer it to an external, usb hd. then, if your pc has a dvd burner, you can archive the content to dvds! store them in hard case holders-make copies and store them in a safe place! fire-resistant safe, safe deposit box, with a trusted relative or friend, in case the originals become damaged. also, use the external to archive any future pictures, or videos- then back them up on dvds! would suggest 500GB-1TB usb 2.0 external,if your pc can support it! $85-150. cheap!
might send the external along with the 180MB to whatever service you decide to go with, that will save some $$, in the long run. (or it should- research what the recovery services offer!).
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
Have you finalized the DVD in question? Unfinalized discs usually won't play in other machines. Is the DVD type compatible with the other dvd players? (Some may not handle DVD+R for example; it is an acceptable disc for the jvc DR-MV79.) Try a different brand and type of DVD. Check your other players supported discs.
To Finalize the disc, Menu > Setup > Disc Setting > Finalize (if needed set Disc Protection to Off).
I hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 25, 2010
Testimonial: "that was great so simple yet so important who knew you had to finalize after you told the dvd recording to finish "
SOURCE: The JVC DR-DX5 unit constantly
If your DVD is says loading every-time you power ON it.
You have to do is to power off the DVD and open the cover.Next,reset all connectors inside the player by disconnecting and connecting again.After that power it ON again to test if it is OK.
If the problem persist I think the hard disc is failure.
Please try that simple instruction and I hope this will be helpful.Thank you.
Posted on May 12, 2011
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