Question about Curtis CMD5000 DVD Player
The player works once in a while. If it can get the disc going, it will play and work fine for awhile, but partway through the movie it will freeze, and then I have to start over.
If the relevant problem only occurs while watching a DVD movie, and everything is fine besides this (i.e. if the device lets you listen to an Audio CD without creating any problem) the problem might be related to the buffer. Because it simply needs larger available space of RAM to use when spinning a DVD compared to a CD. In my opinion, the problem of your DVD player is derived from a buffer underrun state. If I am right, there is nothing to do! Unfortunately, I have to say that if it was a computer , I would easily suggest that you upgrade your RAM. But, sorry..
Posted on Apr 16, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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