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Mansell / i have an ASUS F3J series laptop the PC CDR-W is unable to read data on the CD it does play certain CD's with music but for data files it sees nothing any suggestions of how to correct

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CD head  dirty or misaligned. The first you can buy a cleaner kit for: The second is not user servicable. 

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My cd player taked forever to start playing my burned cd


2001, jeep, "new technology on old IRON?"
burned, burned what? did you RIP a CDDA disc to CDR
or burn a bunch of MP3? , my guess you RIPPED it.?

you expect burned CD to work? CDR or CDRW?
if you read the product datasheet for the actual player it will
list all formats that work (few) back then. RBB was zero.
its not weird, it's history,
there are many formats, for CD.
car CD began with CDDA, discs (like sold on the shelf in a store)
those are not file formatted, its track formatted like an an old LP album. (wiki CDDA)
then came file formats. (vast types. MP3 tops.)
there are 3 levels here.
CDR format.
then file types
last music encoding formats(complex)_ask
i can tell you that not all formats are supported on old cars. few to none.
some do SEEM? to work, but are flaky
and after 13years, not at all or more falky, (weak laser, optics dirty)

why not up grade and use USB sticks. ?????
CDs are pretty dead now.

which player, there are many? in dash.?
http://www.wjjeeps.com/radios.htm#AMFMCD

note the lack of CDR play back ( and all others) until 2002.
and even the 2002 is limited.
all car head ends are limited.
for max files.
max folder.s
max files in folder.

just because a CDR pays in a head end that does not support it
means ZERO, as some heads can see some data and attempt to play it blindly, it's just a very dumb headend. (dumb to a fault)

there are endless posts of users trying 100s of ways to fool it
some can,/ most can't (but is not supported so......)


if really curious. post head end ID , like RBB?
we can get the full spec. on that head.

and this,?
http://www.kigmaradioshop.com/servlet/the-46/RBN-RBB-P04858584AE-P04858584AH/Detail

my new jeep supports all these , yours dont
Supported formats are: CDDA, CD-R, CD-RW, MP3,WMA, DVD Video, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, and CDDA+MP3
(this support is progressive from 2002 to present day)

does that help>/?
if not post head end pn. or series class.

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I have a dell 755 that the CD drive won't play certain CD's. It is not the CD because it plays on other machines. Some CD's will play just fine. Get's the error message Unable to Access Drive D tr


it depends on the files on the cd ...they might require a certain software to be installed in order to be read..for example the player may not be able to read mp4 without a codec installed ..or vcd (video cd ) to need a dvd player installed or a player that supports video cd and dvd-es..Same way for other file types...or ...certain speeds being imposed on writing ..and your cd drive to be unable to read them on those speeds..

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I own a very dated Gateway laptop 9600 and I want to transfer data to new laptop. I am attempting to download files to CDs but it is not reading the blank disk and asking me to insert disk. Is it possible...


Yes it is - but first - make sure that you have inserted the right disk (cd for cd burner). However, you only have 800 mb of available space on a cd disk to use, and I don;t know how many files you have or how big they are, so I can't say how many disks you may need. However, if your laptop has a usb port, I would highly recommend using an external hard drive instead. A 500 gb drive (made by Seagate) will run you about $125, and is well worth th investment. Hope this helps!

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Cd wr playes on the computer but wont play on the car sterio it was recorded the same as an ordinary cd r


Check the file extentions. It is possible it was recorded in the wrong format. Some car stereos wont play certain file formats. Also be sure you used a cdr and not a cdrw.

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ASUS F3J DVD drive problem


Make sure the new drive is the same size as the old one (physically the same size) and that you swap out the front door as well as the back door screw connector so this way the drive fits in the slot properly.

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The DVD/CD writer on my Acer laptop is not correctly writing discs. It is writing music files to the disc but it does not play on CD players - it is like the music is on it is as data files as when the...


When you want to create an audio cd, you select audio or mp3 in case you CD player also play mp3. Do not copy or write music file to your cd as data files.

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I am unable to write data onto a CD OR DVD disk in my Toshiba satellite series laptop


disk? like a 3.5 disk? or a CD?
if its a cd.. it must be a CDRW.. that means that its a special disk that can be rewrite able..... so your disk must be CDR.. you can see more here : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cdrw

if its a diskette, there is a little thingui in the corner that then you move it, it can be rewriteable.you can see more here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diskette

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Reading Data CD's


Hmmm... were the cd's originally burned using that laptop? Or were they burned on a different pc?

It could be as simple as your cdrom doesnt like something about those cd's. Or it could be a flakey cdrom.

My suggestion, try reburning them to a different brand of disk using a different pc. Then see if your laptop will read them. If not, may need to replace the cdrom. Though it reads commercially manufactured cd's, if its flakey, it will have problems reading custom made cd's.

Other option, get a usb flash drive and copy those files from that cd, in a different pc, to the flash drive.

You don't need any special drivers or programs in order to copy mp3 files from a cd to your hard drive. Yet, you would need something in order to play them. Which media player does just fine.

Flakey cdrom or flakey cd's... hope this helps.

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