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I'm not really sure what to tell you about loading your sample music. It may be a decoding issue. Check to see if has the same issue with a production music CD. As far as the hum, there can be many issues causing this. You may have a ground lead bad in the cable you are using, from your Production System to, I assume the amp you are using for the output from the Roland. For more information, please visit my website at audioserviceclinic.com. Thank you.
I think the most common cause of this with a pc is that windows media player scrambled the data on the hd.. you need to get a harddrive ide ata adapter , open the mv and connect the hard drive directluy to a computer then copy the files.. then reformat the harddrive in the mv then put the files back on .... i had the same problem with a mac but i dont know the cause since i dont have windowns media player.. im interested to know how this turned out.. i thinking of sending my drive to a drive saver company if it doens work out.. i neeeeeeddd my fillleessss.. aaahhhh
Hold SHIFT and press F4 (Utility). Press PAGE to get to page 3. Press F6 (PrmIni). Press F5. Press ENTER/YES. If the factory reset does not fix the problem i think you have to format the disk because it has a fragmented disk .......
Have you tried a different brand of recordable disk? Some do not record as well as others. Also......copied Dvds don't last as long as a factory recorded disk. If the disks are older disks....that may be it. Other factors are ....your laser may be weak or dusty in the DVD player. Do your disks have paper labels? BINGO! The paper has a different expansion rate than the plastic disk and will almost always bend the disk in the heat of the player......interrupting the playing of the disk....... usually about half way through it.......pop the disk into the freezer for a few minutes....then return it to your player to finish your viewing. Never use paper labels. Never leave your DVD player on unless you are using it.
Try checking the disk drive and CD drive connectors on the main circuit board, see if there are any bent, dirty or desoldered pins.
That's one thing you can do, and it may either help or not, but many machines that use disk/CD/floppy drives show an error message if there is a connection problem so i guess it's at least worth checking it.
I have the same problem. The dvd-r's will play for a while, then all of a sudden won't. You have to do a factory reset, which resets all of your settings to the factory settings. To do so, you have to power the dvd player on without a disk inserted. Then press the menu key, then 76419. You may or may not have to hit enter. The dvd player will shut off automatically and when you power it back up, you should be able to play the dvd-r's, but you will have to reset you preferred sttings.