Daewoo HDD/DVD Recorder problem

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#1

My Daewoo HDD / DVD (DHR-9105P) Recorder has frozen. All I can use is the power switch. It brings up Hi and a flashing horizontal line. No access to menu or setup or anything.

Is this a software problem or a hard drive issue? Help!


#2

[QUOTE=adrian_ascpc;2458229]My Daewoo HDD / DVD (DHR-9105P) Recorder has frozen. All I can use is the power switch. It brings up Hi and a flashing horizontal line. No access to menu or setup or anything.

Is this a software problem or a hard drive issue? Help![/QUOTE]

Hello Adrian,

If you did not try to reset the set, please do it, if it is possible.
(press [DVD/HDD] key on the front panel for 5 seconds).


#3

Dit is goed te gebruiken als je hdd de eerste sectors nog te lezen zijn.

Hey there,

I have a Daewoo DHR-8314. I just wanted a bigger HDD then 160GB.
So I searched what you need to do for WINDOWS!:

  1. Plug the HDD from the Daewoo in your PC.
  2. Download this program: https://rapidshare.com/files/2092882716/DMDE.7z
  3. Open the program and select the appropriate physical drive from Daewoo (Disk Management)
  4. Click: Mode> Hexadecimal. Then click Tools> Copy Sectors
    Start sector: 0
    End sector: 19999
    Destination: Click "File"
    And save where you can find it! It’s probably 10MB.
  5. Click OK and after done, unplug the HDD
  6. Plugin you’re new HDD and in the program click: Drive> Select Drive (you’re new HDD)
  7. Again Hexadecimal mode! Look all the way down of the list. Find the number of the last block!
  8. Tools> Fill Sectors:
    Start sector: 0
    End sector: That you’ve searched for
    Hex: 00
    Click OK
    THIS MUST BE DONE, OTHERWISE IT WON’T WORK!!!
  9. Now again Tools> Copy Sectors
    By source, select file and open the file you’ve saved in the beginning.
    Destination: Start sector: 0
    Click OK
  10. You’re done!!
    Plug the new HDD in you’re Daewoo product and if followed the steps.
    It will give you the Daewoo boot up logo and immediately it will pop-up say: “Formatting Hard Disk”

I have now a 1TB HDD in my Daewoo!!! :D:D
You have now the OS System (.BIN file) of Daewoo on your computer for future reasons.


#4

Deze post kan je goed gebruiken als je wil dat er een andere hdd in komt.
Je kan met deze methode ook grotere hdd gebruiken!

http://club.myce.com/f34/daewoo-dvd-hdd-recorder-drive-replacement-daewoo-dhr8100p-254673/#post2624571


#5

^jeffrey_ghost
Please use English in this section of the forum.


#6

Hi there,

The problem I have is that my harddrive has stopped working so I’m unable to extract the OS from the old harddrive.

The model I have is a [I]DHR-9105P. [/I]If someone knows where I can get the firmware .bin file that needs to be written to the disk or can copy it from their working system and give me a download link that would be much appreciated.

Best regards,

Ian

[QUOTE=jeffrey_ghost;2624572]Dit is goed te gebruiken als je hdd de eerste sectors nog te lezen zijn.

Hey there,

I have a Daewoo DHR-8314. I just wanted a bigger HDD then 160GB.
So I searched what you need to do for WINDOWS!:

  1. Plug the HDD from the Daewoo in your PC.
  2. Download this program: https://rapidshare.com/files/2092882716/DMDE.7z
  3. Open the program and select the appropriate physical drive from Daewoo (Disk Management)
  4. Click: Mode> Hexadecimal. Then click Tools> Copy Sectors
    Start sector: 0
    End sector: 19999
    Destination: Click "File"
    And save where you can find it! It’s probably 10MB.
  5. Click OK and after done, unplug the HDD
  6. Plugin you’re new HDD and in the program click: Drive> Select Drive (you’re new HDD)
  7. Again Hexadecimal mode! Look all the way down of the list. Find the number of the last block!
  8. Tools> Fill Sectors:
    Start sector: 0
    End sector: That you’ve searched for
    Hex: 00
    Click OK
    THIS MUST BE DONE, OTHERWISE IT WON’T WORK!!!
  9. Now again Tools> Copy Sectors
    By source, select file and open the file you’ve saved in the beginning.
    Destination: Start sector: 0
    Click OK
  10. You’re done!!
    Plug the new HDD in you’re Daewoo product and if followed the steps.
    It will give you the Daewoo boot up logo and immediately it will pop-up say: “Formatting Hard Disk”

I have now a 1TB HDD in my Daewoo!!! :D:D
You have now the OS System (.BIN file) of Daewoo on your computer for future reasons.[/QUOTE]


#7

Jeffrey,

I have also a DHR-8314 but the harddisk is corrupt.
Can you send me de .bin file for me please…

Regards,
Wied

[QUOTE=jeffrey_ghost;2624572]Dit is goed te gebruiken als je hdd de eerste sectors nog te lezen zijn.

Hey there,

I have a Daewoo DHR-8314. I just wanted a bigger HDD then 160GB.
So I searched what you need to do for WINDOWS!:

  1. Plug the HDD from the Daewoo in your PC.
  2. Download this program: https://rapidshare.com/files/2092882716/DMDE.7z
  3. Open the program and select the appropriate physical drive from Daewoo (Disk Management)
  4. Click: Mode> Hexadecimal. Then click Tools> Copy Sectors
    Start sector: 0
    End sector: 19999
    Destination: Click "File"
    And save where you can find it! It’s probably 10MB.
  5. Click OK and after done, unplug the HDD
  6. Plugin you’re new HDD and in the program click: Drive> Select Drive (you’re new HDD)
  7. Again Hexadecimal mode! Look all the way down of the list. Find the number of the last block!
  8. Tools> Fill Sectors:
    Start sector: 0
    End sector: That you’ve searched for
    Hex: 00
    Click OK
    THIS MUST BE DONE, OTHERWISE IT WON’T WORK!!!
  9. Now again Tools> Copy Sectors
    By source, select file and open the file you’ve saved in the beginning.
    Destination: Start sector: 0
    Click OK
  10. You’re done!!
    Plug the new HDD in you’re Daewoo product and if followed the steps.
    It will give you the Daewoo boot up logo and immediately it will pop-up say: “Formatting Hard Disk”

I have now a 1TB HDD in my Daewoo!!! :D:D
You have now the OS System (.BIN file) of Daewoo on your computer for future reasons.[/QUOTE]


#8

[QUOTE=wiedjai;2631093]Jeffrey,

I have also a DHR-8314 but the harddisk is corrupt.
Can you send me de .bin file for me please…

Regards,
Wied[/QUOTE]

Hello
have you been able to get this file and restore the disk? I am now in a similar situation…
Thanks

Cesare


#9

Yess…i do…!
But i do not know the URL anymore.
I have to look for you on my nas
I’ll be back for this.

Jay


#10

Did you try the solution above?


#11

The solution above assumes that you have a working drive. which I haven’t anymore, same as you did… therefore I would need somebody to send me the file, so I can copy it on the disk.