My portable player won't sync music..reads "iddataaai"
I have a Magnavox portbable device that won't sync music...or turn on..'cept for the "iddataaai" that appears on the screen...idk..I think my computer cleared the device and won't read or get access to it..but idk what to do about it..I'm lost and I need to fix it..plz and thank you...
My Philips MP3 player had the same problem after I saved some non-music
files onto it through USB connection. After I deleted these files, it
seems to be working okay again. If it doesn't work, I guess you can
also try re-formating it.
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hi anonymous, it may well be that you need to change settings on your DVD Recorder and/or on your TV. On my LG 42" TV I need to select the input mode ie. Movie, USB, music etc, as necessary. Maybe your DVD Recorder or TV can't handle the file format on you Portable Drive, check the manufacturer specs.
Check and replace the optical pick up unit. It might be faulty. Clean it by inserting a lens cleaner disc into the device, and play it at least 2 times. If this do not help you, the fault is said above.
The problem is in the laser pickup assembly, over time the laser becomes weak until it can no longer read the disc, but you can buy a DVD cleaning kit that might breath more life into the player, if no! cheaper to replace the DVD player.
My son's Magnavox Portable DVD does not seem to be functioning properly....It won't turn on, and when I plug it in, as if I was going to charge it, it blinks orange then green. So, it seems like there is a problem with it. Anyone experience the same problem?
Had the same type of problem; I called Magnavox on this one. These DVD players aren't "guaranteed" to be able to read discs that were "burned"/homemade. They're only "guaranteed" to play commerically produced DVDs. If you're trying to play something that you made it probably isn't going to work.
Many people buy electronics and never read the manual.
The first thing to do before operating an electronic device is to
read the manual, is for the best. I have had this unit for two years now
and have no problems with it. The most commond mistake people make
with this portable DVD is that they plug in the lighter without removing
the battery. You can't charge the battery with the lighter adapter and
you must remove the battery before you turn it on.