I've had this on going issue where CDs are starting to skip on playback. Manifests as a brief 3-4 second pause. This occurs on both CDs and CD-Rs - there is no consistent pattern; the skips occur at different spots on the CD at different times. At times it is frequent and irritating enough to stop play; other times it may occur only once (or even not at all). It seems to occur more when unit is first powered on, although this isn't always the case. Coule this be an issue of laser alignment? Is it a reasonable fix? Or, should I start looking for another unit?
Hi, the most probable cause for this is the lasers light output falling off as it ages. Sometimes you can temporarly improve this by cleaning the laser lens with some alcohol. However the only real solution is to replace the laser.
If you are confident taking stuff apart you may be able to do this yourself. Almost all modern laser assemblies come fully calibrated so all you need to do is take the old on out and fit the new one.
The lasers often have the part number on the side of them. You can get spares from CPC in the UK. But a search for the part number should find you a spares supplier wherever you are.
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Actucally, there are a few ways to bypass Cinavia, but no program can remove Cinavia. If your video is a homemade movie or other personal recording, to play your recording without muting you may either:
· Pause the video, wait 30 seconds for the audio to be un-muted, then skip over those portions where the professionally produced material is used and continue playing the rest of the video, or
· Pause the video, wait 30 seconds for the audio to be un-muted, then play video from a different optical disc for at least 10 minutes before continuing playback of this video.
Sounds like the player is running in INTRO mode, only playing the first part of each song. To change playback mode, follow the steps as described below.
Switch the player ON and start music playback:
1. Press PLAY button to START music to play
2. Press PLAY button again to PAUSE the playback
3. Press MODE button to enter playback mode selection
4. Scroll with MODE button through selections
5. Press MODE button when selection REPEAT is in the display
6. Use MODE button to select from: Normal, Repeat One, Repeat within current Folder (if any), Repeat Folders (if any), Repeat All songs, Random Play back, and Intro
7. Press MODE button to confirm selection
1 = start over at beginning of message (I think) 2 = save 3 = delete 5 = review message options (playback speed, etc) 7 = back up 10 seconds 8 = pause (# to mark for message segment repeating - whatever that is, any other key to resume playback) 9 = fast forward 10 seconds # = skip to next message * = cancel
By the way, you can get all of this (and more) by pressing 0 during message playback. Pressing 0 at any menu gives you help for that specific menu. http://www.vonage.com/help_knowledgeBase_article.php?article=233&category=118
At some time in its life, the laser that reads the CD starts to get too weak to operate reliably. That's probably what's happening here. Unlike mechanical parts that can be inspected for wear, electronic parts tend to work fine one day, then the next, poof. The laser assembly is replaceable if you can locate the part and find someone to install it. An electronic service shop could give an estimate for repair. If you can provide the full model number, I'll see if I can find the part number.
Might need a tune from bose repair man, Burnt dvds sometimes has problem but wipe normally fixes it. But cds i have't had problem burnt or orginal, scraches dont usally worry to much, Thats why thinking repair man.
Hope this helps:)
Cd normally hot from unit if its in for a while.
I'm not sure if your referring to sleep mode or not but I hope this helps There are several specialty key functions on the Lenovo Y410...here is a list....good Luck....please rate me ...The Fang
The following describes the features of each function key. Fn + Esc: Turn on/off the integrated camera. Fn + F1: Put your computer in sleep mode. Fn + F2: Turn off the LCD screen (any subsequent operation will turn the LCD screen back on). Fn + F3: Shift to other connected display devices. Fn + F4: Switch between wide screen and normal mode. Fn + F5: Enable/disable the built-in wireless networking feature. Fn + F6: Enable/disable the bluetooth features. Fn + F8: Enable/disable the touch pad. Fn + F9: Enable/pause Media Player playback. Fn + F10: Stop Media Player playback. Fn + F11: Skip to the previous track. Fn + F12: Skip to the next track. Fn + Insert/NmLk: Enable/disable the Numeric keypad. Fn + Delete/ScrLk: Enable/disable Scroll Lock. Fn + Pause/Break: Pause to view the system information during start-up. Fn + up/down arrow key: Increase/decrease display brightness. Fn + right/left arrow key: Increase/decrease computer volume.
Sony say in the manual that if you record high bit-rate mp3's the sound may be intermittent.
I feel this is due to the decoder having to move ALOT of bits around to play, try some makeing a disk with mixed rate mp3's on.
e.g.) some 64Kbps, some 128, some 192, and some as high as you can get and see if there is any differ