I am using a Memorex DVD/CD label maker and am concerned about some fine print on the back of the package of the blank, die cut, self adhesive labels. Should I use the full face label or should I pop out the center portion of the label before I put the labels on my DCDs that I just burned?
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Re: DVD label label inner ring or center portion
If the center pops out you should pop it out. This labels are a bad idea in most cases and cause more harm than benefit. They come loose and get jammed. If its important to you buy a Lightscribe burner and DVDS.
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Will it play other movies? If so, your "Date Night" disc is almost certianly defective. Try it somewhere else
If not, the player has a problem. Try cleaning the laser with a laser lens cleaner (something like this: http://www.buy.com/prod/memorex-cd-dvd-laser-lens-cleaner-6-brush-drive-cleaner-memorex-cd-dvd/q/sellerid/11408470/loc/101/10340589.html) Blu-Ray is more sensitive to dust because of the thinner laser it uses. If that doesn't work, more likely than not the laser has died or requires adjustment.
[Just for the record, I had an early DVD player (I forgot the brand name) that would play every movie fine except "Stuart Little". This movie worked fine on other players, but not in mine. It would enter the menu>special features all by itself. Let us hope you are not experiencing a similar case.]
Regarding the problem with the sound on your DVD player, I would suggest you to make sure the audio cables (red and white) are connected properly to the TV and player.
Also, try using a different set of cables since those ones might not be working and this is why you are not getting audio. On the Memorex remote you will find a mute button, make sure it is not activated.
well. i had the exact same problem but i unpluged it pluged it back in, same prob hello screen so how i fixed my problem i punched it an it shut off an went on standby an worked ever since..4 any of you with anger probs like me it mite work atleast it did for me lol
Disc not loaded. Load a disc into the player, close the door and press PLAY.
The disc used may be defective. The disc used may be defective, try another disc.
disc is placed improperly in the tray. Make sure the disc is properly
placed and centered in the tray and if the disc has a label on one
side, make sure the label is facing up.
The disc is
dirty. Use a soft cloth to clean the disc by wiping in a straight line
from the center of the disc to the outside edge.
DualDisc or Flip Disc which does not meet the Compact Disc Digital
Audio Standard. Some music labels have recently introduced the DualDisc
for pre-recorded audio and video content. The DualDisc bonds DVD
content on one side 'back-to-back' with digital audio content on the
other side. However, the digital audio side does not meet the technical
specifications specified in the Compact Disc Digital Audio Standard.
For this Reason, DualDisc is not permitted to carry the CD logo.
Philips DVD and CD players and disc drives fully comply with the CD
specifications and therefore may not recognize the DualDisc. Attempting
to use DualDisc may lead to playback problems or jamming in the slot
loader or drive. The DVD video content on the DVD side of the
DualDisc should play on Philips DVD players and DVD drives. However,
Philips DVD players and drives do not support DVD Audio, and will not
play any DVD Audio content present on the DVD side of a DualDisc.
Philips will further investigate DualDisc and update this notice
I just fixed a Memorex 2042 DVD player. Before the fix, the standby light was lit, nothing else works (with remote or buttons on the player panel). Opened up the machine, saw a capacitor bulged (1000uf/10v). Did some soldering work and replaced it. All is fine now.
my solution may be to never buy this companies products again as I have been having the same issue and since the machine is not been used much and since the disks worked before it really ticks me off. The suggestion noted to my issue recently really didn't seem to be valid due my above statted time period of no problems then sudden isses tends to show me poor quality of equipment by manufaturer.
You should ring Sanyo helpdesk direct for fault like this as you shouldnt be having problem of this nature also would be good idea to go back to where you bought it to see if they have heard of problem,.