Hey there.......i am trying to use cd-r cd's in my vlovo xc70...i have written the cd's in audio format in avrious speeds,from the lowest up to 24x and still receive cd errors,some songs will play but they sound distorted and others give me the aforementioned error message.im pretty sure the cd's have both .wma and .mp3 formats but the problems appear on both....what can i do?or would i be able to get a cd shuttle that will read the cd's?please help....thanks
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There is a major difference between the way a DVD is formatted and used and the way a CD is formatted and used. For that matter there is a major difference in the way these are manufactured. There is nothing wrong with your CD player. Try burning your disk to CD-R media and make sure you close the sessions instead of DVD-r media.
its very likley the cd is fulty,, if its been left in the sun or it got hot some home burnt cd's dont play very well in car players,, try putting a cd head cleaner in the player but if it still refuses to play this cd try another cd that will play in your home player,, if it wont play that one its likley the lazer could have lost a bit of power in the car's cd unit
Check two items, chassey grounds by battery, transmission and starter. Also, check to make sure the alternator is providing enough voltage, should be around 14 amps. Had a similar problem with my 2002 XC70, replacing the alternator fixed it! I used the Car Talk website to find a good local mechanic vs. the stealer.
Is it a at home burned CD if so the CD player does not have the program capability for that format. If it is a CD you purchased and it still says error your CD player may need work of replaced. Could try a laser cleaner from any audio store.