The four little led's on the outsids of the track pad light up for a second during startup but do not work any other time. I use the unit in low light and since track pad is the same colour as the unit it's really hard to keep on it. I have changed the bios setting to ''trackpad'' to no avail. Help me?! This is for a samsung r580e.
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how are your four outside speakers hooked up? If you have four speakers hooked up to only two output channels on the receiver, the receiver is sensing a short and shutting down to avoid damage to the amp.
Had this problem before, very annoying! On mine the idea was double tap to disable the track pad and then double tap again to activate it... In reality tapping rapidly in the area around the LED until the LED shut off seemed to work.
In short; double tap the LED to reactivate the track pad. If that doesn't work tap several times in quick succession until the LED turns off.
On the "Narrate your pictures and Customize Motion" page, click the little microphone icon that fires off the Sound Hardware Test Wizard. Follow those steps and see that everything is working. Then try a test recording.
Test your mic outside of PhotoStory
Test your speakers outside of PhotoStory
Hope this helps!
The tender car supplies power from the track to the entire trian.
Make sure the train will run with just the Loco and the tender. Make sure the tender is securely plugged in to the Loco and make sure the the brushes under the wheels on the tender (this is how power gets from the track to the train) are in contact with the track. Finally use a scotch brite pad (DO NOT USE STEEL WOOL) to clean up the track a little.
You can also take a volt meter and measure for DC between the rails. You should have about 10.5VDC on the track. (Inside rail is neg on mine and outside is pos) ...
You essentially have to reset the GPS. You can do this by holding the power button down for at least four seconds to get the Tom Tom to fully shutdown. You will know you successfully did this if you hear the tom tom sound and a warning message appears during startup. It then seems to work just fine after that.
* Tech Stuff * Audio CDs do not spin at a constant rate. They are designed to be read (for music) at a "constant linear velocity" of about 1.25 meters per second. The data is written in a tight spiral starting at the inside of the CD. The CD spins the fastest when reading the inside tracks and slows down as it reads towards the outside edge. Imagine circles on the CD surface. The inside ones would be smaller than the outside ones, of course. So, if you are reading evenly-spaced bits on the lines of those circles, you would need to read fewer outside circles per second than the small inside circles.
* Basic Issue * When the player is reading Track 1 the CD is spinning at about 500 rpm. During the last tracks of a (full) CD it only needs to spin at about 200 rpm. It doesn't work the other way around for compatibility reasons.
* More Info * This is why you are experiencing the difference in mechanical noise at different tracks. It doesn't necessarily reflect a defect, but understandably, a consumer would prefer a quieter system, which does differ between manufacturers and models (I couldn't specs for a KS200 HK device) Yet, if the noise is substantial, it may very well be indicative of a problem, e.g. something stuck in the drive and being whipped around in a circle at high speed. I wouldn't say this is particularly likely.
* Possible Help * What would normally mitigate this issue is not getting too close to the player while listening. Normally having the primary listening position several few feet away (across the room) would suffice to minimize noise heard from fans and spooling CDs.