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I have a creative 52X. I cannot find port for s[eaker cable that

Has become disconnected

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The CD drive will not register any game dics. The computer is the 52x model. How do I solve this problem?


probably unaligned position or irritated lens....... try to disassemble the CD housing, realigned the lens holder by pushing it to the rear end of the Disk Drive, then clean the lens with clean cotton buds with alcohol, let it dry by cleaning it with the dry clean cotton buds.... reasseble the housing... reconnect to PC.... re-detect the CD-ROM at the BIOS Set-up and....... Wella....... Goodluck!!

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My amplifier cuts out and displays the message "check sp cable", what does it mean?


Hi there,

It simply means to check your (sp)eaker cables. It is likely that one of your speaker cables is damaged or not correctly connected. This is causing an overload in the receiver and the cut-out indicates the receiver has gone into 'self-protect' mode, to prevent damage to the internal components.

This could happen if you have cross-wired + and - to one or more of the speakers. It could also be that a cable to one of the speakers has been partially severed and +/- are shorted together or it could be as simple as one of the speaker connections having become detached. Speaker connections are polarised positive + and negative - the same as your household electrics and need to be wired to the correct poles.

To fix this problem, you should initially check all of the speaker connections at both the receiver and speaker ends. Make sure everything is properly connected and that + and - on the receiver are correctly wired to + and - on all speakers. If all of the connections are correct and the error message persists, disconnect each speaker one at a time, reset the receiver and test again.

If you disconnect a particular speaker and the error message no longer appears, you have found the cause of the problem. Examine the cable for any sign of damage and replace the cable. If there is no visible damage, it is still advisable to replace the cable for this speaker as damaged cables are not always visible to the eye.

Please check all of your speakers as above, then let me know if you need further assistance. The message could be erroneous and may indicate a fault with the receiver.

Hope this helps.

Regards,
BElectric.

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My webcam comes up blank, grey screen with no images..


Sir,
Here are some suggestions:
  • Try unplugging the camera, uninstalling all of the software and drivers, then getting the latest from Creative and reinstalling everything.
  • Try installing the camera on another PC to see if it works there.
  • If you're connecting through a USB hub, disconnect it and plug the camera in to the PC's USB port.
  • Check the Creative web site for known problems
  • Send Creative (CHECK WITH YOUR MANUFACTURER)  tech support an email to see if they have any advice.

click this link for more info

Thanks Good Luck
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My cd rom drive open and close automatically it will stop creative 52x


its a power cable fault u must remove the plugged cables to cd rom
the again plug it and 
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Connect Creative 5.1 A500 speaker system to Phillips DVD 3256


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Just buy two connectors(shown above). Its having two holes upside.
1. Connect the connector to one hole of the other.
2. Connect the audio cable to the dvd.
3. Then connect the connectors to the other side of the audio cable.
4. Lastly, connect the three stereo output cables of the Creative speakers to the three holes of the connector simultaneously.
I have tried this at home with my Creative Inspire M5300 speakers and philips dvd. All the five speakers are working.
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Rovan C

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Creative Zen Micro MP3 5GB


May be u would have faced loose connections, for better results turn off the zen wait for 20sec and then connect it to the power and make sure u dont keep moving the zen or the cable attatched to it... Due to wear and tear loose contact becomes prone..!! Hoping for a good rating from u...!!!

Thankyou

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Unable to rip music with Windows Media Player 11 and Creative Labs CD5223E


I had this CD Rom drive in my older PC (200 MHz). I was able to rip audio CD's to MP3 with no problem. I used the program Cool Edit Pro. I would look to see if it's a setting with your sound card. Check to see if there are any settings that select the recording source. There has to be a path set up to record from the CD rom. With cables, you might also try taking the audio out from the sound card and feeding that into the audio in port on the sound card.

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Stuck in recovery mode and i don't know what to do


I recently had a similar problem, and nothing I did helped; what I eventually did sounds pretty simple and possibly won't help ( I have a feeling that it might have been a USB port issue, more than anything). I have added the description of my problem below my 'solution'.

I disconnected the player from my PC, restarted the PC, disconnected & reconnected the battery from the Muvo2, turned the player on (just to check if it was reading the music) then turned the player off. Then (with the Muvo2 powered off) I reconnected the player to the USB cable; the darn thing was recognised immediately and was working fine...

My problem:
The player was working fine, Windows (XP Pro) recognised the device as a Muvo2 & I could transfer files no problem; I clicked on 'Safely remove hardware' and removed the player. However, when I now try to reconnect the payer Windows gives me an error message, that one of my USB devices failed to connect and that it doesn't recognise the device. It suggests reconnecting, which does nothing...

The Muvo2 screen displays the 'connected to computer' image. If I disconnect using the 'Safely remove hardware' and unplug the cable, the player display says I need to connect to my PC and run scandisk. I can't get the computer to recognise the device, so I can't run scandisk. Removing and reinserting the player's battery got rid of the 'Scandisk' message & the player worked again, but it's still not connecting to the PC.

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