1.some times this happened the loose connection of the IDE cable,and power cable. 2.so disconnect the IDE and power cables and then connect again. if not fix 3. exchange the IDE cable of hard disc. 4.if no result,the lens of CD Rom has damaged, you will be have to buy a new CD rom.... thanks!
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Your WII is having trouble reading disks? Try using a dvd/cd ROM cleaner disk. Run the cleaning disk in the WII a couple of times and try inserting your game again. If it still does not read the disk, try cleaning the game disk itself with a lint free cloth and alcohol. make sure to dry the disk completely and never wipe in a circle. If this does not solve the issue, try playing the disk in another WII to figure out if the problem is isolated to the disk itself. If the disk plays in another WII, then contact the manufacturer and send the console in for repair.
A computer "boots" by reading the first few sectors from the diskette (or CD-ROM) or disk-drive, and then running the software that just was read, to "kick-start" the whole process of starting Windows.
Thus, "no boot sector" could mean:
* the disk could not be read at all,
* the information was read from the disk, but it was recognized as being a valid computer-program
So, it's possible that your disk-drive is "dying".
Take your computer to a computer-store, for more trouble-shooting.
The drive has NOT been able to read the directory of the disk you put in.
Disk may be a DVD which your drive may not be able to read.
Disk may be a DL DVD (double layer) whcih your drive may not be able to read.
The disk might be a BluRay which your drive may not be able to read.
Your drive may be defective or have a dirty read head.
If you have a can of air, blow it softly into the cd-rom to make sure dust isn't causing the laser to act weird. Then try a couple of different cd's to be sure and if the problem still exists, then the cd-rom is bad and it will have to be replaced.
This can be due to the reason that the certain cd roms cannot be read by your drive. please insert and check other brand cd roms...if they run then the cd rom u r using cannot be read by ur Cd.dvdw DVD drive
BOOT BLOCK COMPATIBLE VERSION VER .005 BAD BIOS CHECKSUM CHECKING FOR CD ROM READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM" READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM" READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM" READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM" READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM" NO CD-ROM FOUND CHECKING FOR FLOPPY DISK READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM" READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM" READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM" READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM" READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM" NO FLOPPY DISK FOUND
Internal the pickup assy. (the laser) there are three components that read the discs, one for DVD one for CD and one for the DVD-ROM its likely that the DVD-ROM laser has gone out.
Take the drive out and get the part number and look it up online on ebay or the like :-)
CDROM CAN NOT READ CD'S
Try cleaning the lens using a high grade CD Lens Cleaner. Sony\ACER\BENQ Lens Drives are notorious when it comes to
Hope this helps
If you are having trouble with Newly bought items save your self from headaches by returning them and
demand a replacement or a refund! You may have purchased a reconditioned\repaired\factory defect product.