kevin r schmidt
04/10/02 - 18:53:20
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Just read the Tales of JS3C cds/questions. This might offer an explanation to anyone who has, or may have, a problem with JS3C CDs, now or in the future. If the CDs used to burn the JS3C CDs are the new 80 minute disc. Most likely older CD players that are not ISO 9002 Hardware Compliant may not be able to play the newer 80 minute CD's, or the CD will play and have random skipping problems. Older CD players are most likely not to be compliant with ISO 9002. The newer CD players are being manufactured according to ISO 9002 hardware standards. If your CD player is ISO 9002 and it doesn't play, you may have a legitimately defective disc. |
Best advice, if the CD doesn't play after trying to play it on different CD players, you may have a legitimately defective disc.
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