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The digital turntable is not reading my disks what can I do about it?

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All disks are eject without been read, looks like the engine making the CD's spin does not work.


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My Western Digital Hard Disk is Getting Heated And Also Sometime Creating Noise.....But by far One Most Complicated Problem..My Hard Disk Is Not Detected By My System When Tried Several Times.. My Hard...


> is getting heated

Normal for any spinning device.

> sometime creating noise

Normal when the R/W mechanism moves (like the arm on a DJ's turntable) to read from "random" locations on the disk-drive. In general, "defragmenting" a disk-drive tends to reduce the noise, because the R/W mechanism moves less distance.

> not detected ... when tried several times ... 20 GB

Any 20 GB disk-drive is "out-of-warranty" -- like a bald car-tire, it should have been replaced before it totally "blew".

Does it actually get detected, after a few attempts? If so, then "backup" your files (write to CD/DVD recordable media, or write to USB memory-stick) before it totally "dies". Then, buy a new disk-drive, install Windows onto it, and then reconnect the "old" disk-drive as a "slave" disk-drive.
Copy all your files from the "old" disk to the "new" disk.



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Will not read disk


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Try to clean the optical lens using a optical head cleaner disc, the lens could be dirty and need to be clean to be able to read disc.

If the problem was still the unit may have a faulty lens and need a professional fix to replace the lens.

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What is Error 9101, on the pioneer MK2 800. and how can it be solve


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You might have damage to the reader, and I can only suggest replacing the CD Traverse/Transport assembly.

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