When the player is turned on, the display shows the word 'reading...' and then nothing more happens, no matter how long I wait. Connecting the player to a computer through a USB port does nothing. Activating the 'reset' button with a paper clip turns the player off, but the malfunction re-occurs when the player is turned on again.
I Installed the mimusic on my vista pc and then i went into computer to format it, when i click yes the player starts making clicking noises and the pc just loads for ages and nothing happens, then i get an error message that says "Windows Could Not Format Device" I tried it several times and turned the player off and on several times, but nothing works, i even changed the settings befor i clicked format and it still didn't do anything....
Hi, I had the same problem, MiMusic wouldn`t even recognise there was a disk connected although I could see it in My Computer.Found the answer on internet. Attach it to your p.c. Then go to My Computer and highlight it. Right Click it and a box will appear . Go to FORMAT and format it. Another box will appear and ask if you really want to do it as data will be lost. Answer YES. Then format it. Disconnect from your p.c. Turn it on and you will be able to access the menu facility. Follow the instructions and goto CREATE LIB, BEFORE you put any music on to the thing. I found it created library as soon as I disconnected it. BACK UP anything you have on it first as it will be wiped. It is working perfectly now and MiMusic is too. Yippee. Pat.
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If the clock settinga nd the panel display seems right then we will check on the dvd side. However of the all the lights/display are coming on , not showing any response to the panel then you have a failure of the microprocessor. If not check to clean your head after opening of the set, then insert and watch if the dvd is taken in , played, disc on rotation and read. If not check for transport system, motr failue, link failure, mechanism jammed then if no rotation check for failure of the optical head . replace if you have cleaned the head and checked for any foreign particles. check this out. Good day
unplugg it, plug it back in, turn it on, wait until the message comes up about the lamp hours, press the exit button for 5+ seconds, press the auto button to get it to zero, wait for the display to disappear. if you don't even get a display, it should already be reset. if the buttons don't work at all, there might be a problem with the button panel or an obstruction underneath.
You need to force the player to the the Top Menu of the disc. The way to do this is: load disc, wait until it says "Reading Completed" (about 1 minute).
Wait for the PLAY icon ">" to show in the upper right corner (this may take up to 30-40 secs).
Once you see the ">" Hit the STOP button on the remote to get to the player's splash screen.
From the Sharp splash screen Hit the "Top Menu/Title List" button on the remote and wait for the circulating dots and then the disc menu appears. Play the movie from the menu and you should be good to go.
After 3 1/2 hours, the battery went dead. I waited a couple of minutes, then plugged it into my computer to see if the battery would charge. It started charging. A few hours later I went back to check on it, and it showed a full battery. I disconnected it from my computer, and turned it on. It came on, but the screen just said "Low Battery". I then plugged it back into my computer, and the screen said "Rebuilding Library". I left it for about a 1/2 hour, and it was done. I unplugged it from my computer, turned it on, and it works now!! Hope this helps out everyone else who has the same problem.
Pull the power cord. Make sure the three-position switch with "REC/Standby/PLAY" is in the middle position, then plug the cord back in. Wait a minute, then press POWER. Now load a disk and wait 1 minute for it to read the Table of Contents (TOC). Either it will show the tracks, or it will say 'empty disk'. Let us know what happens from there, okay?
You can reset this fault by holding in the reverse, pause, and the on-off button, all at the same time. If it comes back then the spindle motor is the bad componet, and unless you know how to disasemble a mechanism for a changer I would let a pro handle it.