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this is mainly because of the poor quality of
the disc.....as a result it leads to the damage of ur nintendo lens..............use
good original discs........the heating effect is due to the long usage of
pirated discs ...
Try to monitor the CPU usage before opening CROME. If it is normal before opening it then there is some process under CROME which takes you CPU usage report to GOOGLE on this. and remove it through Add/Remove programmes under control panel.
Try to use Firefox instead of CROME.
If it happens again then there is some thing wrong with OS( most probabaly Spyware or trozen).
i had that same problem with mine a few weeks ago and my disc did not support it because i have vista so i went on line and down loaded a programme, so if you type in software download for deskjet just follow the programme you want and you should be able to scan
I don't have a solution at this time. I have the same DVD player and mine stopped working this past weekend. It is doing the same thing as yours. I opened the case and loaded a disc and watched the mechanism. The disc won't spin. if you tap the disc it will start spinning and load and start playing. I thought I had fully fixed it. It will load most times but now the video and audio stutters as if the discs is spinning at varying rates.