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try the following:
- rename the file to ".zip "
- open the zip-file with Winzip or WinRar (these programs has a repair-function for zip)
- try to repair the file
- then extract the riffdata.cdr from content-folder of zip-file and open this file in CorelDRAW
These steps work for me.
Or try use CorelDRAW Repair Kit. CorelDRAW file repair software for recovery of the contents of damaged CDR files. Program helps to repair corrupted Corel Draw project files. Corel Draw repair file
Hi.... Are there small round access holes in the underside of the player (usually with a turn symbol near it)? Most mfgs put "panic holes" under the unit to get out stuck CDs when the thing wont work right Also,how old is the unit? Do you use it alot??
I don't know what you are using to check the caps but in order to find the culprits, it's almost mandatory to have an instrument that will measure both capacitance and dissipation factor (DF) since that is what is killing most of our modern electronics.
If you don't find any caps pregnant or leaking deposits and plan on shotgunning it, I'd start with those with values between 4.7 & 100uFd as these are the most common failures and mostly in feedback paths and are lower voltages.
You can buy them at Mouser Electronics with no minimum charge and 'at cost' shipping.
You power off then power back on while holding down the fast forward and rewind buttons on the recording side simultaneously. The display moves through a sequence of numbers and the trays will then open.