Re: Error 1 on CD Player
How good of care to you take of your CDs? Are they all pristine & clean?
If not, try cleaning them with some glass cleaner and a soft cotton cloth,
i.e an old T-shirt. The underside of the CD (where the recorded tracks
are) is actually protected with clear plastic. You can clean and polish
this surface to your heart's content with no worry about damaging the
recording. The recorded tracks are actually on a thin piece of foil under
the plastic. Lots of folks don't know this. Most scratches will polish
out very easily with car wax. Finally, there's always a possibility the
laser read head has a piece of crud on it. It's unlikely your CD player is
dead or out of adjustment, that's about the last possibility and a very
remote one at that.
In article <wqHoe.firstname.lastname@example.org> "W. Wells"
>Some of the CD's are ones that I burned and some are not. (One is brand new)
>They all played for at least a year. Does that seem like burn speed?
>"New Owter" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> In article <IpWdndLRu4gwSTzfRVn-tA@giganews.com> "Ice"
>> <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>>>Are these CDs that you are burning yourself? If so the speed of your burn
>>>may be exceeding the max speed that the CD itself is able to accept. For
>>>example you are burning at 52x and the blank CD is only rated for 24x.
>>>I got this error message I found that this was the problem.[/color]
>> I find music CDs I burn myself are always perfect with no problems when I
>> burn them at no greater than 8X speed. Data disk burns seem not to matter
>> at any speed and this observation seems not to matter whether I use the
>> Sony burner or a no-name white-boxed cheapie. It also seems not to matter
>> whether I purchase the more expensive "music" blanks or whatever happens
>> to be on sale. The burn speed on music is what seems to matter. I can't
>> explain it.