Hi dear i wna ask you about the problem of my laptops cd player can't able to read any data frm the disc. but it is not empy. my laptop shows it in burn the disc and not creating any data frm the cd. plz help me out.
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The CD, when inserted, became either wedged or not seated properly and the sensors dont know how to respond. Here are the codes for Kenwood. Changer Error Codes
• E-00: Poor Cable connection.
• E-01: Magazine not properly set in changer.
• E-02: No Disc in magazine.
• E-03: CD does not have selected track number.
• E-04: Disc is dirty, upside down or unreadable.
• E-10: No data is recorded on the MD. The player plays the next disc automatically.
• E-99: Changer malfunction, disc may be caught in machine or changer requires service.
If you have a steady hand... carfully unscrew and open up the unit just far enough so you can either pull, or nudge the CD tray enough for the CD to be seated in the tray properly... Good luck...
hello there soenensistva Well first of all Compact discs are easy to be read by a DVD player then ordinary Cd player cause of their lens are made for more compressed Data discs..there for try some of the options
1. make sure that the disc Surface is Clean and don't have finger prints or any other material that is disturbing the the read process between the CD and lens present inside CD player
2.if your CD is precious for you ( that consist some important Data you may need ) then try a DVD player for that
3.if both things doesn't work try a cleaning Cd for Cleaning the Head of CD player .
i wish that your problem may be solved Best Regards
Cd or DVD could be an unsupported type of disk some can (CD-Rw, DVD+/DVD-, the format the data is in may not be readable ( Mp3, WMF, AAC) , or it could possibly be a disk with another country's reign code ( foreign disks can cause disk incompatibility.
Hi, It seems that optical laser block gets fail to read data on disc and possible cause could be dirty/ clogged lens or optical laser block failure. Put lens cleaning disc in unit to clean optical lens and check DVD playback, if that does not solve the issue then optical laser block would be defective and requires replacement that would cost approx new player price. Hope these info will help. Thanks.
A bad disc detected by your Philips DVD Player shows that it is not able to read the data written on it because of the scratches on its surface.Please check it with a new CD and your problem is solved.Please don't forget to leave me a reply if you need further assistance.Your valuable feedback would be appreciated.Thanks.
You can't add a title to a disc from a player (such as this). You can only add a title on a disc writer before finishing the disc. (The only exception is RW (rewritable) disc which can be unfinished.) If a title (disc, chapter or track) is on the disc you can display it. Press Title on the remote. If you want to read all of the information on any disc, insert the disc and press Load on the player (when in Stop mode) or press the TV/DiscExplorer/DVD button to set the unit in Disc Explorer mode. It takes about 30 seconds to load the data. Press Stop to cancel the data search. Then use the folder buttons (ALL,DVD,CD,A,B,C,D) on the remote or the player to read the various items. Press Return to leave the folders. If you enter the Disc Explorer while playing a disc, the playback will stop and you will have to press Play to restart (Resume is not an available option).
Once loaded the player will store the data even after you remove the disc. It will clear when a new disc is inserted or you press Load.