WHEN PLAYING, ONE OF MY DECKS FREEZES AND MUSIC CUT OFF AND WON'T PLAY AGAIN UNTIL SWITCHED OFF AND ON AGAIN AND THEN IT HAPPENS AND HAPPEN AGAIN. IT IS NOW ITS CHRONIC ILLNESS.
THE RIGHT OUTPUT OF THE OTHER DECK NORMALLY CUT OFF LEAVING ONLY THE LEFT OUTPUT TO PLAY AND THEN COMES BACK WHEN SATISFIED. IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE COAXIAL CABLES OR THE THE CDS I PLAY.
THE ONLY THING THAT WORKS PERFECT IN MY PACKAGE IS THE MIXER
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I have had problem with the unit freezing up. To resolve this, I remove the ipod from the dock
be sure a song is playing on the ipod; replace it into the dock; when the message - no disk - appears, then press the red "A" button to select ipod. That brings up song list and hitting the center SELECT botton on the remote, it plays the song correctly.
HOWEVER, if I hit the return button in the middle of play, I cannot go back and play a different song. The unit freezes on STOP. Or if I wait until the end and go back to the song list, then it starts to play the next song with no sound. When this happens the display on the unit flashes "MUSIC" / (play time), repeatedly.
The Samsung help-line thinks this is a problem with the iPod dock and are sending me a new dock. But I don't think that is where the problem is. I think the HT-C6600 is defective.
try update your VGA drivers in the nvidia support page, or using software "drivers detective" or etc. if its not work, u have to check your video card, maybe overheat.. or u can try to format your OS, it can be some support files are missing or corrupted.... or the last one, your VGA card is broken or maybe does not compatible with the motherboard u used...check the specification of it, whether the game, VGA, or motherboard u used
The Nintendo 64 is notorious for overheating problems. This is a very common problem. With my N64, I play it while a fan is blowing on it. This usually prevents the problem. Try this method. It should work.
Hope this helps!!
When this happens remove the battery & insert it again. Switch on the phone & all will be fine. This can happen again so I recommend updating the firmware to fix this bug. I had the same problem but after firmware update it got fixed.
Ok do not worry this may mean two things crached hard drive or a corrupted hard drive all you have to do is turn it on but let the red ligth be on turn it on do not remove your finger from the button until it go's off again turn it on again keep your finger until it makes a sound but still do not remover your finger untill it makes two sounds after eachouther take your finger of fast nou a screen will apear say restore sestem untill your ps3 works again it take 1-4 trys and if nothing happens you must format it.HOPE I WAS USEFULL PLZZ RATE ME AND IF THERE IS ANYTHING ELS EMAIL ME TO [email protected] I DO PS1,2,3,DVD PLAYERS AND PC sorry for my spelling i am only 13 and i Afrikaans BUT PLZZZ RATE ME.thanks