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It may turn out that the only way to render your DVD player compatible with a new type of copy protection is to update the DVD drive firmware. Similarly, if particular discs are slightly warped, that too can cause fluttering. Though it will not alter the data, it could potentially make playback a bit more quiet, assuming your CD player is within hearing range.
How can I use \not with more than one symbol? This happens in all sorts of players. db1989 Hero Member Joined: 23 June, 2006 Posts: 5,271 Logged Global Moderator EAC - why are some CDs so noisy in the drive when ripping? Built In Dvd Player Making Noise Perhaps the disc is somehow unbalanced?
Its not has loud as the first poster described although. Dvd Player Making Vibrating Noise It could be a rattle, a vibration, or a hum. Most drives have an activity LED that tells you when the drive is active. http://superuser.com/questions/914924/loud-optical-drive TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds.
He's gullible for believing demagnetizing or anti-static could affect an optical data system. Tv Makes Buzzing Noise When Watching Dvd It's even worse in the computer bd drive world. The noise was still there after I stopped the DVD, and the noise finally stopped when I hit the Eject button. No, create an account now.
Dvd Player Making Vibrating Noise
Word for low level noise among restless crowd, as sign of confusion or complaint? why not try these out Check if there's a firmware update for the drive itself on the manufacturer's website. Dvd Player Noise While Playing just make sure you add your PSN account to both units, enable wired internet on both, and disable your video and game account on the old one. Dvd Player Making Grinding Noise So chill out.
YaIBetYouDo Newbie Joined: 16 March, 2009 Posts: 10 Logged EAC - why are some CDs so noisy in the drive when ripping? Get More Info I once picked up some very cheap DVD's(just needed some DVD's in a hurry) at wal-mart and damn they even had bad vibration in a desktop drive.Most laptop DVD drives just You may also... Let us know a. Unbalanced Dvd Disc
If you hear a rattle, turn off the computer, and tighten all of the screws that you can find. If I gently shake it, I do not hear any loose parts rattling around. Last edited by morriscroy; 05-08-16 at 08:14 PM. 05-09-16, 05:38 AM #25 CrazyMat Member Join Date: Jul 2014 Posts: 174 Re: Low humming/vibrating noise from DVD player? http://mffonline.com/dvd-player/audio-problems-with-dvd-drive.php You made a point that, whilst I don’t think it applies in this caes since the product is being marketed overwhelmingly for its woo-riffic aspects, is still a good point: absurd
I wonder if it harms the player? __________________ RedSkull 12-28-08, 11:26 AM #5 jamoctopus New Member Join Date: Dec 2008 Posts: 5 If i were you i'd just Dvd Player Clicking Noise You seem bogus...MarcRecon lol I know right hxczunerMember Since: November 29, 2009Posts: 2672hxczunerFollowForum Posts: 2672Followed by: 0Reviews: 2 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#27 Posted by hxczuner (2672 posts) - 6 years, 7 I hope it's not a drive issue because I'm out of warranty as I bought it last september.
i still have the $400 paperweight.
The humming/vibrating noise was completely absent. (Some newer computer dvd drives might be designed slightly better at reading problematic dvd discs). 05-07-16, 04:28 PM #22 morriscroy DVD Talk Special I shall strike again! :P hxczunerMember Since: November 29, 2009Posts: 2672hxczunerFollowForum Posts: 2672Followed by: 0Reviews: 2 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#12 Posted by hxczuner (2672 posts) - 6 years, 7 months ago[QUOTE="hxczuner"][QUOTE="PoisoN_Facecam0"] Good to hear you got it fixed. Dvd Player Making Rattling Noise Meaning one side of the disc may be heavier than the other?
I'd almost be inclined to think it's because everything is getting smaller and is made of lighter materials that don't dampen out the noise as much as larger, heavier drives. IT WANTS TO HUNT!!! (for blurays!!!)PoisoN_Facecam0 I think it just wants it owner to not troll the PS3 forums :| But if it did then that means he actually owns a MacRumors attracts a broad audience of both consumers and professionals interested in the latest technologies and products. this page The easiest (and probably cheapest, and possibly only) repair is to simply replace the drive.
But no, the noise was coming from my DVD player. Main boards Games Discussion Nintendo Fan Club PlayStation Nation Xbox Association PC/Mac/Linux Society Mobile Connection Bug Reporting & Feedback Off-Topic Discussion System Wars Sports Bar Ask the Mods Retro Gaming PC While i was there, i asked about the computer (i was coming from work and it was in my bag), and they went ahead and looked at it then. I put another disc in, and there was no noise.
And they're all tiny, insubstantial things. So replacing the drive (or remounting, or whatever they did) ended up solving the problem. IE, it was definitely a mechanical issue...something in the drive (or the drive itself) wasn't seated correctly and was rattling the whole computer instead of just isolating itself. Quote: Originally Posted by Spiky I would put it this way: Since people now buy almost exclusively cheap, garbage players, a greater number of players in people's homes are now cheap
And for those who might get it done at the Apple Store, I dropped it off in the morning, they told me "it'll be done sometime tomorrow" and it got done After 10 seconds in the angle grinder it spun silently in the drive at 20X speed and gave me a perfect 100% no error image rip.The other one was not quite just make sure you add your PSN account to both units, enable wired internet on both, and disable your video and game account on the old one. Otherwise, you might experience a catastrophic electrical short.
Try ejecting and reinserting the disc. The book with 17 flowcharts and text is available for purchase here. CD and DVD Troubleshooting Note that these steps correspond with decision points on the flowchart and are reached And they're all tiny, insubstantial things. Return to Diagnostic Chart Does the drive read discs?
You put in pictures of family, friends, and vacations. I chuckled along with him, but as I thought about it, the premise didn't seem all that silly. I put the Special Features disc back in, and I heard the noise again.