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Player won't play legally imported DVD's
Hi, guessing you are from the UK? Different countries operate different regions for dvd's for instance the UK dvd players are set up to play region 2 discs, and US dvd players are set up to play region 1 discs.
This is because dvd release dates are different around the world and this stops people buying a dvd in the US and bringing it back to the UK and selling it before its official UK release date for example.
Your choices are either to play the dvds on a PC where often the dvd software will allow you to change region a number of times (be careful though as some players will let you change region say 5 times and then be locked to that region)
Or to get hold of or buy a multi region dvd player which plkays dvd'd regardless of their original region
Hope that makes sense, good luck
on May 17, 2019
What is the value of this capacitor, BKO CB0602 HO1 NICHICON.
Hello Mehboob, you could send a photo of the component and if you do not have it, comment on which diagram you are in
I hope you answer
Greetings Franco Dosil
Hola Mehboob, podr?as mandar una foto del componente y si es que no lo tienes, comentar en que diagrama se encuentra
Espero te respuesta
Saludos Franco Dosil
on May 14, 2019
'Please insert a disk in to the removable disk drive k"
Same thing happens to me .My 8gb silicon usb flash drive got the same error, please insert a disk into drive, the name of my drive weas changed into Removable Disk instead of the name(Sanctuary which is what i used) It said ni media ,and it was registered as XXXXXXXX U167CONTROL USB DEVICE can anyone help me with this.
on May 13, 2019
Removal iStar.exe application
Sounds like you encrypted the drive. Under Computer, right click the drive and format it. You will lose all your data and there is no way around this. Write your password down somewhere if you can't remember it.
on Apr 07, 2019
I want to display data from my USB Memory stick
Sorry, but that's not very specific.
Most USB memory sticks (aka thumbdrives) are "plug-and-play." Meaning you stick them in a USB host socket on a PC (MAC or Windows or Linux, for example) and they automatically get configured and are available for use - just as you would use a computer hard drive.
If that is not happening, then there is a good possibility that the stick is not properly formatted. If it is recognized, but you cannot access the data, then you may need to run the FORMAT utility on your computer. Be aware that this will erase any data currently on the stick.
If you KNOW that you have data on the stick, and it is important to you, then there are data recovery companies that will do their best to access the data (for a fee).
on Mar 05, 2019
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