I have acquired the above player and although I have been supplied with a
Mini Disc I cannot get Laptop driver to program it.
My laptop keeps telling me - this driver used only for windows 98 the program must be exited- This laptop is about a year old.
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If you are using windows vista forget about using that player in ur laptop dude.... vista has compatibility issues... many softwares which used to run well in windows xp are not running in vista,,,, try finding the driver for the player for vista,,,...
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The achois is enabled to display media. The computer that would feed media into the achois device may should be undated with flash player also acquireable on the internet. Once the computer has flash player capacities or programs installed, the achos player becomes compartible with computer and media requiring transfers becomes achievable.
If “Din Unlock” flashes in the display • The digital program source is not connected as you set with INPUT To continue, connect the program source properly. • The program source is not on. Turn on the program source.
If there is a "PROGRAM" button, then you just turn on "program", rotate the knob to what track you want and then hit ENTER. Then when you hit 'play' it will only play back that track. You'll have to repeat this for every track or manually hit the PAUSE button between tracks if you program more than one.
using a mini plug for both laptop / mini player...plug into headphones on laptop and into line in mini......when ready press play on laptop while also pressing record on mini........note have your play list ready for continuous recording...(you can always edit later)
Inside all MD players are a number of small pinswitches. These sense whether the MD is correctly inserted, whether the record protection tab is activated and whether the protective slide on the MD has retracted after MD insertion. On Other (portable) MD playback devices will also have a pinswitch which checks that the lid has been closed, but yours is slot loading so does not have this.
Pinswitches do not last forever as the internal parts can fail due to fatigue or due to misuse, and in every MD player which I've examined with the symptoms you describe the fault has either been a pinswitch or a faulty solder joint to the switch.
Without examining the unit though it's not possible for me to narrow down the fault any further but if you have basic electrical skills and tools you can use a continuity meter across each pinswitch to determine which one is not working correctly.
The part is cheap: original spares are usually unavailable but can normally be replaced with a generic item or bypassed altogether if the user is prepared to accept minor losses in overall functionality.
Note that a good used MDS-JE480 is still relatively easy to find: my first one cost me just £30 on eBay less than two years ago and since then I've acquired another which was listed on FreeCycle for the princely sum of zilch. Yamaha and Kenwood units are also knocking around although few of these have the MDLP capability of the JE-480. So don't bother with spending much on repairing your current unit without looking for another replacement first as it's likely to be the cheaper option.
I am just throwing these out there as food for thought.
Make sure you ended the recording on that other side. If a DVD is left open(meaning more could be written to it) other dvd players have a hard time reading the info. Put in one of the 2 sided disc's that worked. how does the camera recognize the disc? Then insert the troubled disc and see if the disc info is being read the same. i.e. disk size, manufactuer, open/closed?
Check for a firmware upgrade for your DVD burner/player(s).
Let me know how things work out.