my computer just stopped recording today after working for about two weeks. the computer still has power, however will not pick up the speed. I have moved the sensors to 1mm apart and this has not worked. Any ideas of what may be wrong
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Re: speed is not recording
You need to be much more specific about the make, model, operating system, application or hardware that is at fault.
"Speed is not recording" does not make any sense whatsoever.
Speed is a rate or a measure of the rate of motion You have said efffectively the same thing as if you had said "52 km/h is not recording" Be much more specific about your problem and make sure you put it in the right area.
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Hi raymackie265 You are right , don't use cds for computer ( cdroms ) but well audio cds . Pay attention to this point when purchasing new stuff . Regarding the issue with cd-Rw , it's a compatibility issue with your Sony device and you need to check if the recorder will accept CD-RWs . If yes ( and it should be yes ) , try to find lower speed discs but you need to find audio cds . I ' m using a Pioneer recorder and it works fine with any kind of audio cds , not with cdroms . Best regards , fanaudi .
To set record DATE,
press to select:
1~31= one time, or
DAILY= MON~ FRI, or
WEEKLY= same time
each week and
To set remaining items,
to select and
to set START/ STOP times,
CH (channel) or LINE
input (p. 35), and tape
speed (SP, LP, SLP).
to end programming.
To Enter More Programs,
to select and
to set an unused program
number, and then repeat
The “Timer” Indicator lights up on DECK.
• You can do Timer Recording with the power on or off.
• “TIMER REC WILL START SOON” appears on-screen for 2 minutes
before Timer Recording starts. If DECK is in DVD mode, no message
appears, but the VCR REC Indicator, the VCR mode indicator and
“REC” will flash on Multi function Display.
the blower not working on settings 1-3 is the blower motor resistor. this limits the power provided to the blower motor itself to change the speed. at setting 4 it is getting full power. since it quit on 4 also, i would still say the resistor needs to be replaced first, then see if the blower comes back. you may also need a blower motor. if you have a voltmeter you can just turn the switch to 4 and see if the motor is still getting 12 volts. if it is and doesn't run, it needs a blower motor too. if it's not, then its just the resistor
I've had the same problem. Are you using x8 DVD-R? I had no problems with the old x4 discs, but had the (long) Self Check process and a failed dubbing occur between 1/100 and 2/100 in the dubbing process with the x8 discs.
I've found two workarounds:
1) The problem doesn't seem to occur if the recordings are made with hi-speed dubbing enabled. I do this now as a default, but the loss of the ws tag is a pain . If I still get a dubbing failure with hi-speed dubbing, a quick power down/power on of the unit seems to rectify the situation.
2) If you record a "leader" in hi-speed dub mode of a minute or two, and dub it onto a x8 DVD-R first, you can then copy non-hi-speed dub recordings onto the disc. Not quite sure why this works, but it does - it's like the first minute or two being dubbed over needs to be hi-speed enabled to be written from the memory of the E-85 to the disc, but once that's done it dubs as it should.
btw, another process that crashes the unit is if you try an change the thumbnails on a x8 DVD-R. Not the end of the world but again annoying on expensive equipment less than two years' old.
DVD-RAMs are not affected by the problem in my experience.
Apparently there's some firmware in the US that addresses the problem with x8 discs - http://www2.panasonic.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/vDownloads?storeId=15001&langId=-1&page=DVDFirmware , but Panasonic UK don't distribute it.
I think the E-85 is a good box but it has proven too buggy and I'm thinking of upgrading it, possibly when the new 85 is released by Panasonic in a few weeks.