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Plz reinstal the latest drivers for sound and check ur soundbox. does your problem is solved otherwise u have to contact your vendor

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Bush dvr3006 will play audio disks but wont play any dvd ! just says load for ages then turns off or no disk ! help please ?


These are the formats your DVR will or will not play.
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No se en que formato o velocidad debo quemar mis dvd para que los reprodusca mi jensen 9312, ya que siempre se congela el video


Yes, change the format of the video dub when burning a DVD to JPEG in order stop the freezing of the playback.

The 9312 will accept the following formats ;

Supported Audio Formats: Audio CD, MP3, WMA
  • Supported Video Formats: Video CD (VCD), DVD, SVCD
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    Compatibility Recording - DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD=RW, VHS

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    I have a dell inspiron 1525 laptop and my cd/dvd drive has been corrupted and is missing and now i cant play movies or cds and it happened two months ago wat do i do


    The CD, CD-RW, DVD, DVD-RW, Blu-Ray and any other drive that uses a laser to read data from a CD. In general, most optical drive problems can be resolved by:
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    • Updating the DVD playback software
    • Updating the computer's video driver in cases of video playback issues
    • Updating the computer's audio driver in cases of audio playback issues
    To download the Firmware of your machine click here. i have selected the default 1525 but if you click on enter the service tag, it will give you your computer's firmware. or you can check it in device manager as well.
    you can also try deleting the upper and lower filters. in regedit.

    in vista. click on start /type regedit in start search.
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    in case the issue is not resolved. you might need to get the optical drive replaced.

    if this information was helpful. please rate the solution.

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    Cd/Rw playback CD player in lounge room won't play burned cd's...


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    You need to burn your CDs in Audio format. That means that you cannot just burn your MP3 or WMA files, but you need to use the program which can convert those files to WAV format and write them so that ordinary CD players can reproduce them. Nero is such a program, among others.

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    Jan 17, 2009 | Lite On LH-20A1H DVD RW Dual Layer Burner

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    Jerky playback on dvd rw drive, audio & video Drive is a lite on shw-160h6s


    DVD playback for some DVDs may be okay, but most will become jerky(drop frames) especially when the scene becomes "busy" e.g. whenthere's more action, pan-shots etc. If Task Manager is running, itshows that processor resources associated with the DVD player softwarerise (e.g. to >80%) during these "busy" times when frames aredropped. This can happen even with quite new, well specified PCs (e.g.2GHz Pentium 4, 256MB memory...). Common causeFrequently newer versions of Windows (WinXP,Win2000, etc) cause the internal DVD drive interface to revert to "PIOMode" (Programmed Input/Output - an old, slow, processor-intensive datatransfer protocol) rather than "DMA Mode" (Direct Memory Access -transfers data directly from drive to memory without much processorintervention). This completely throttles data transfer from the DVDdrive and causes dropped frames. A "bug" in Windows prevents thetransfer mode being set back to DMA either automatically (e.g. onreboot), or by even vaguely user-friendly intervention!This problem has been known about for over 2 years!
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