I had a problem w/. my bose 321 that i bought less than 2 years ago.
It happened lately now everytime i rent a movie and play w/. it
at beginning always fine but when it is in the middle of the movie
it stops and said CAN'T READ THE DISC.
So i tried to clean it w/. the lens disc cleaner
and then play the movie again and it happens again not long after, saying CAN'T RED THE DISC.
And then i tried to play it w/ . my portable dvd player
all the movies had no problem at all. It played fine till the end.
plz help me w/. this anyone !!!
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Unfortunatley no, its not software that reads dual layer discs, its hardware. I sold Bose for 2 years and do not know of any Bose items that will read dual-alyer discs. Dr. Bose has a hard time keeping up with technology sometimes. Other than that, the 321 is a great system!
This depends on the source. If this happens internally (from a DVD in the 321) then the problem should be able to be resolved by just resetting the 321. (unplug the power cord from the sub for 30+ seconds)
-If this is from external sources like a cable box, believe it or not, you can reset the cable box the exact same way. If resets don't fix this (and this is external) then check the cable box's settings for a/v delay compensation.
if will not read a laser lens cleaning disc , then it will need to be opened up and the laser lens will need to be cleaned manually with the cleaning solution and a cotton tip , but do it easy and dry the lens with the cotton tip
if that don't do it then the laser mechanism will need replacing
I had the same problem listed; send an email to BOSE tech support - they sent me a DVD with a bios upgrade and it fixed the problem. They should put the BIOS upgrade on their website so you could burn your own DVD rather than waiting for the mail. But it did fix the problem. Netflix disks were the worst; they must do something when they burn them to get that forced Ad to play that Bose doesn't like.
I love my Bose 321 DVD system, but a few days ago, it started acting weird. I put in a DVD, and it reads - "No Disc".....and I'm not sure why. I cleaned the disc, and I also played a DVD/CD Maintenance kit - I'm not sure what is wrong. It seems like I have a problem within the system - what can I do?