UK Systems - Scrolling Message Please Wait - Starting Up
After installing the March 2008 update, my Lifestyle 48 no longer works in uMusic mode. It just displays "Stored 0:00" with a scrolling message saying "Please Wait - Starting UP" - which stays on screen permanently.
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Hi, I have a LifeStyle DVD Home Entertainment ctr model # AV 48 Media. The speaker connections in the living room around the center are connected, and working ok. The problem is with the remote connection to other speakers in other rooms. I am using 240 voltage. Please advise how the connections should be.
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Have you tried completely powering down the system, removing the power cord from the wall socket? If not, please try that. Wait two minutes. Then plug it in and power up the system. If this does not clear the problem, contact Bose, to get the latest firmware disk. The firmware disk will reprogram your Lifestyle sound system. Then, everything should work properly.
I have a Lifestyle 48 and called Bose today. It is possible all you need is a cord that is a 35mm headphone jack on one side and RCA jacks on the other. You plug it into the AUX jack in the back of your system and the headphone jack in the Ipod headphone spot. I got the cord at Best Buy for ten bucks. It works GREAT!
Sounds like hard drive is failing, 802 and 801 is hard drive problem.
i have same problem. only fixable by bose repair man... tryed to change hard drive myself, changed over, looks same as playing but no sound.
hope this helps:)
common problem with bose other than that i have had not other probs.
the system cannot allocate the cds as per preset... but yes you can teach the system what you like or you dont like by giving the song you dont like a -ve rating with the negative button on your remote below the umusic button.... same can be followed by your wife when she uses her preset and the umusic intelligent playback system would recognise you both as different individuals and play your music according to your tastes and preferences and learn to adap to your moods in just a matter of time...
thereis nothing wrong with the system. its just a misinterpretationor a miscommunication..
my system has learned my tatste in just 20 days and i have saved over 450 cds by now............
so try downloading the umusic guide from bose's website and learn how to use umusic....
Just got off phone with Bose support with this very problem during install of a VS-2 software updtae to an older LS48 system. (Bose support personnel were very helpful on phone - and walked me through procedure to solve). I presume you unplugged and replugged power supply with no resolution. In that case, unplug power supply, wait 30 seconds and while holding down the "open/close button" and the "store" button (on media center) plug the power supply back in. Continue holding until the "Bose Lifestyle" message disappears. I presume this puts the system into a diagnostic mode, as the next steps in my case were to press and hold the "erase" button while scrolling through a menu of options using the "volume up" button. I believe it was the third "volume up" press that brought me to "FLASH" on the system screen. At that point I was told to release the "erase" button and press the enter button. The system rebooted and my VS-2 install went smoothly after that.
I'd recomend calling Bose support (800-905-2138) since your lockup occured during a CD load vs a software update (just to be on the safe side) - I was talking to a live tech support person in less than 15 seconds... a pleasant surprise.
Clean the CD and try again. Also, if DVD displays "not supported", call Bose and ask to recieve an update disc. These updates are released every 6 months. Document your remote control settings before loading the update as they may be erased by the update and will require re-entering settings after the update.
hate to stae the obvious and painfull answer, but that nees to go back to the shop where if the sales guy cant get it sorted for you it could be a firmware crash and tus a warranty replacement, i know the manual is not that good in this specif area. and a non warranty reset may cost money, if warranty does not cover this specific area of adventure as it is possible they could blame the content of the media being corrupted in some way, could be ahrd one.
however you could try remoing the disk and resetting the system according to manual frist.