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This is due to either a heavily damaged disk or to a problem with the eye that reads the disk. If the disk is extremely dirty or is heavily scratched try gently cleaning it with a soft cloth. There are a number of inexpensive disk cleaning/scratch removing kits available that do a very good job in this sort of situation. However, if the disk appears to be free of defects and/or this happens with any disk that is used it is possible there is a problem with the console itself. If that is the case, you will need to contact Nintendo's support if your device is under warranty or find an authorized Nintendo service center to work on the device. Additionally make sure that the disk that you are placing in the system is supported by the console.
Thisusuallyoccursbecausethere is nobootablehard driveormediadetectedbyBIOS.Ifyouuse ahard disk,tryto remove itfromthe laptopand then reinstall.On some case,hard driveconnectorloosenedbecausesometimesshocks.
for fingerprints or dirt on your DVD. Wipe it clean and try again. Also
check for scratches. Try another DVD and see if your system reads it. If it does not try cleaning the drive laser lens with a CD lens cleaner available at places such as KMart or WalMart in the electronic section. If that still does not work chances are you laser on your drive is bad and needs replaced. It will need servicing.
As I understand, you inserted a disk in a card reader and you were connecting the card reader into your computer, is it right? If yes, then the problem could be the disk or the card reader.
* First, try connecting the card reader into different USB port. * Try connecting it in a different computer just to isolate the problem. * If the problem is isolated to the disk and card reader, try inserting another disk just to make sure that the card reader is working and plug it in to the computer. * If another disk works with the problem card reader, then buy a new disk. But if same problem occurs though you use another disk, try another card reader.
Doing these steps would let you know which is causing the problem.
Sounds like the mounting spindle is out of alignment, meaning the disks you load into the player are not spinning in a balanced, stable position. Without this being the case the laser pickup will not be able to read the disk and the unbalanced disk will cause a noisy hum and you may even be able to feel vibration in the player itself to confirm this. Sometimes the noise and vibration is a disks fault but if it occurs on any disk you insert (and can confirm the same disks work ok with no noise in other DVD players) it will be the players mounting mechanisim that is not playing the game properly I suspect.
Hi, this will have to be repaired by Nintendounfortunately. there is a relay switch that initiates the spinning of the disc when it is inserted all the way. this switch also has a sensor telling it to initiate the play/run option. all of this is automated and if either one of these important devices are malfunctioning, it will cause the Action's you are witnessing.
Hi check your navigation disc for dust, dirt, damage.
if disc is good, you might like to try running a dvd cleaner in the unit, the avic has a fan that sucks in dust from the car, and this coates the cd lens.