Re: laser disc player produces b&w only lately? pioneer...
Ooops, in my efforts to find laser disc INFO I ended up in a completely irrelevant category; because there no longer exists a Laser Disc category. So I shall abandon the laser disc player as technologically obsolete (there goes still another species of dinosaur off to the fossil beds) and give up on seeing those movies in color.
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check wether you sound volume is up.
check in device manager is your sound device is installed and does not have any ! mark on it.
check in your sound option in control panel out put device is correctly selected.
There are three potential problems that I can see if you have dropped your optical device:
1. Most often, the device is damaged or worn out so that the disc 'brake' will not disengage or the door isn't recognized as closed. The 'brake' is an eraser-like device under the CD door that stops the disc when the console is turned off.
2. The other problem could be the console is not detecting that the CD door is closed and thus will not spin up the disc to start.
3. The laser is worn out or shattered.
At any rate, the best thing to do is take the device in to a local technician for servicing. The techs can replace any of the parts for the cost plus labor. A great place in the Vegas area, for example, is at http://www.vegasgamerepair.com/
Well, the "D:/" means your cd drive isn't reading or recognising your photo cd's. It's possible that if you've a very elderly computer, that the cd drive is also pretty ancient and can't handle writeable or rewriteable cd's ..only commercially produced ones. This is quite common with old cd drives.
Hope this helps you understand the message, though no help in resolving it!
if it has stopped working and doesnt show on you computer then the only way to recover data is through professional data recovery help
if it still shows up on your computer but you are not able to access them then you can try to recover the data using recovery softwares, some are free some are paid, google them to find the software that satisfies your needs
Can you play the DVD's in a DVD player that is attached to a TV? Most DVD players will play an AVI file....Keep in mind that data will only last for 5 years on any CD or DVD......if it is stored correctly.....Heat Kills.....Let me know if you can get it to play on a regular DVD player...(NON PC) cbinny1
I'm not sure if you've read my Sansa recovery methods article, but I will repost it here in case there were any methods that you haven't tried. With this model, the recovery method uses the REC button instead of volume +. If all of these methods fail, I would simply connect the device to a PC that is running the same operating system as yours. Plugging it into a new machine causes a new reformatting which enables you to recover your device if these other methods fail:
These are the most common methods for recovering Sandisk's Sansa Mp3 Players. I have been almost universally successful in recovering Sansa players using one or a combination of these methods. These methods do not work if you are having synchronization or music format issues - they are for recovering a player that will not power up, freezes, flashes, is not recognized by the computer, and a host of other issues.
Reset the Sansa Player first.On most models, restart is done by holding the power button in for 15 seconds or longer.Check your specific manual to be sure. The manuals are available from the Sansa website if they have been misplaced. Download the Sansa Recovery Tool from the Sansa website. Format - Erases Everything: Connect your Sansa player to the computer and open Windows Media Player. Click on the Sync tab. Pull down the drop down menu underneath the Sync tab by moving your cursor over the Sync tab and left clicking on the little black arrow underneath the Sync tab. Highlight "Sansa 1GB" (wording may vary slightly), and then select "Format." - this should erase everything. Firmware Upgrade- Erases Everything: Get the latest firmware upgrade from Sansa - it updates the firmware and erases every song in the player all at once. Note: this method doesn't work if already have the latest firmware. Go to this website and click "Firmware Updater" to find out: http://www.sandisk.com/DriverDownload/driverList.asp If these fail, then: Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off, hold in the volume + button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the volume + button in. Keep holding the volume + button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware Wizard. If you get the problem where MTP Device keeps popping up continuously, uninstall the “MTP Device” by going to Start à Control Panel àSystem à Hardware à Device Manager (you computer may vary slightly, depending on Windows Version). You may have to restart your computer after each of these methods to get them to work properly. Disconnect your Sansa player BEFORE shutting down your computer. -Tha Mp3 Doctor
did you format the flash drive?
If you are using windows, right click on the drive and select "Format...". You can repeat the operation a few times. If it's working, try to add your resume again.
How old is the drive?