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try buying optical clean for the cd play run it few time before you do any thing else, make sure you buy one that has media disc cleaning fluid. put few drop of liquid on each pad push play, fast forward, stop reverse forward, stop few times, let it run until it stops. you mite find it at walmart but you may have to go dvd or record store, radio shack may also have it
If it has just stopped and still has power then it could be the motor or the laser head. If it has not been cleaned, you should do that. If it has no power then it may be the power supply inside the unit. Try another dvd if you can and see if it works and gets past where the last one stopped.
when its cycled thru them .,does it stop?does it show them on the screen with a lit circle?are they normal cds.can you select one cd to play?hold the eject button in for about 5 seconds,see if that resets it
There is no easy answer to this. I know that I have problems when I burn CDs in any format using my computers DVD burner. Fortunately I also have a regular CD burner which seems to do a much better job. It may also be the CD player needs to be cleaned, seems that MP3 capable CD players are more sensitive when playing MP3 discs as opposed to regular CDs. There is really no other format that is widely supported (other than WMA) that will give you the capacity of a MP3.
Have you tried cleaning the lens? It's incredible how a dirty lens can cause so much grief! You'll need the CD player cover removed and powered off then get some isopropyl alcohol and a cotton bud. Wet the bud but not too much get any excess moisture off.
Using a careful circular motion clean the lens, let it dry and try the player again. If this does not cure the problem, you may have a defective laser and that will need replacing.
try to play a song from original cds.
maybe you brunt it in mp3 file, or its a different format. try to burn your song to cd-r.
if still, try to use nero to burner..
if it wont play your original cds and burnt cds,then the optical lens or the board is broken.
hope I helped you.