No matter what disc we put in the tray for disc 3 it starts and goes a few minutes and then freezes. Then there's lots of clicking noises, but the screen is blank. Then we briefly get error code T 61 and it moves on to the next disc. All 4 other discs will play just fine. What does T 61 mean and how do I fix it? Thanks!
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Possibly the disk, you need to clean it with disk cleaner. If the trouble still persist, it's the lens problem.
Open the case, then the mechanical case, after you see the lens, use a soft cotton buds, then put it in alcohol, then rub the lens firmly. After that rub again with cotton buds without the alcohol, that should fix the problem.
i had the same problem. listen to your xbox cd rom and if you hear it start up and kinda skip or make a weird stopping sound then your disc drive/ cd-rom is wearing out. either send it in or do what i did and start by just giving the center to the center left above your cd-rom a nice few taps in a row while its spinning before it stops. fairly good knocks on the case will help it. i ended up really hittin mine a lot of time in row after about a month. sometimes it will put rings on your games thought but they buff out. i even took it apart but theres not much you can do
Laptops have very few moving parts. Your problem is more than likely either a fan or your hard drive. Remove the hard drive, start the computer up and just let it run for awhile. If the clicking noise never comes up then thats your problem. If it does, its probably a fan.
Disregard anything on the screen itself, just let the PC run. It sounds like after the hard drive has been spinning for a minute a motor starts to die.