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LOST DISCS NEED VGA DRIVER - Audio Players & Recorders

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  • Mike Waldron May 11, 2010

    VGA Driver For What ?

    Whats the Make-Model Of Your Motherboard ?

    Or Graphics Card ?

    Mike @ Compurepair.


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Hello download siw from it should give you all the info you need to find your vga card then google it

Posted on Mar 06, 2008

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Rcd159a boom box PLL digital radio- plays all the old mp3 cd's with a write speed 16x & under but any newly burnt one with the high speed disks fail

That's not unusual. Slower burning speed results in a deeper burn which is easier for some players to read. Unlike commercial discs which are highly reflective, burned CDs don't bounce as much light back to the laser in the pickup. Too fast a writing speed when burning can make some discs unreadable. This is why some older players can't read burned CDs at all; they were never sensitive enough to begin with. It's always a good idea to keep the write speed low (16x or so) when making CDs that will be played back in a regular CD player or boom box.

This problem is more likely to occur as the CD pickup ages and the laser weakens. If higher-speed burned discs used to play and now are having problems, it's probably time to replace the boombox (or the pickup assembly if you're ambitious). If the higher-speed discs never played, the player just can't deal with them and you'll need to keep the write speed down when burning CDs.

Nov 21, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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I have a ge cassette/disc player audio on one sidde. Is there a balance knob?

What model do you have?
If it is a portable, chances are there is not a balance control.
Does this happen only on certain discs or always?
If this is happening on all recorded medium you probably lost one channel and it is a GE it would probably be less expensive to replace the unit rather than repair it.

Oct 04, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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The disc changer isn't reading the discs, instead it will just keep changing discs.

Take the cover off. Look to see if the unit "clamps" on each disc and tries to read it. If it does you need a new laser. A new unit is usually more cost effective though. If your machine doesn't clamp or spin the disc the problem could be mechanical. 99% of the time the laser is at fault. Good Luck!

Oct 05, 2008 | Pioneer Audio Players & Recorders

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im affraid to answer your question because in most cases you will rate me " thanks for trying" it hurt me but it's ok because i want to help you.

If you have CD utilities enclosed in your Computer then you should install that all. from the chipset, vga, audio until all necessary driver installed.

if you have no cd utilities then tell me the model of your computer and sound card. promise i will wearch the driver for you.


Mar 07, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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