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Old 11-08-2006, 12:35 PM
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footsurg, sounds like the laser pickup has gone out of alignment, and it now won't read discs. If it’s still under warranty, try and get it replaced/repaired, if not a new (or 2nd hand) is needed.

mstevens, could be that the v28 disc was badly burned (made) and the laser pickup has tried to work round the bad disc and knocked the pickup out of alignment or even corrupted the loading nav image, If it’s still under warranty, try and get it replaced/repaired, if not a new (or 2nd hand) is needed.


I doubt that the upgrade will have broken the drive itsself, but that said, you are loading an operating system into the nav memory and the process will likley pick up errors if the upgrade disc (or map disc) is even slightly out.


Always, always write at single speed, even if it appears to work at a higher speed.
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