|09 May 2012||#1|
Intermittent DVD player
Every time I try to play a CD in my DVD/CD player, I get the first two or three minutes of sound then although the disc is still being played, the tracking clip is moving across the screen, but I do not get any sound.
I have tried several discs and played them in my Sony Hi Fi system and they work fine.
I tried installing Realplay in a desperate attempt to rectify the problem but alas, no use. Can anyone help please? I have Windows Media Player but can't make head nor tail of that. I am running Windows 7 Premium Home 64 byte.
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|10 May 2012||#7|
intermittent DVD player
Thank you once again. I did as you suggested, got rid of the four items, did a reboot and tried again. I put a disc in the player, got three notes and that was it!!
Have you any idea what else might be the problem, do you think there might be some dirt on the mirrror of the player and it needs a clean?? I am at a loss as to what to try next.
I let Windows sort out the drivers, did a Dell computer check and everything passed muster. I have attaached the lastest screen shot so you can see the set up.
Just as an aside, I used to live near Kilmarnock...
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