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Sony VPCZ23V9R - VPCZ23V9R Mode d'emploi Anglais

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Troubleshooting > Optical Discs n178 N Optical Discs Why does my computer freeze when I try to read a disc? The disc that your computer is trying to read may be dirty or damaged. Follow these steps: 1 Press the Ctrl+Alt+Delete keys and click the arrow next to the Shut down button and Restart to restart the computer. ! Turning off your computer with the Ctrl+Alt+Delete keys may cause loss of unsaved data. 2 Remove the disc from the optical disc drive. 3 Check the disc for dirt or damage. If you need to clean the disc, see Discs (page 140) for instructions. What should I do if the disc does not slide out? ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ Make sure the docking station is connected to an AC power source. Press the disc eject button on the docking station. If the disc eject button does not work, click Start and Computer, right-click the optical disc drive icon, and select Eject. Try restarting your computer.

Troubleshooting > Optical Discs n179 N What should I do if I cannot play a disc properly on my computer? ❑ Make sure the disc is inserted into the optical disc drive correctly. See Using the Optical Disc Drive (page 47). ❑ Make sure the necessary program(s) is installed according to the manufacturer's instructions. ❑ If a disc is dirty or damaged, your computer will stop responding. Follow these steps: 1 Press the Ctrl+Alt+Delete keys and click the arrow next to the Shut down button and Restart to restart the computer. ❑ ! Turning off your computer with the Ctrl+Alt+Delete keys may cause loss of unsaved data. 2 Remove the disc from the optical disc drive. 3 Check the disc for dirt or damage. If you need to clean the disc, see Discs (page 140) for instructions. If you are playing a disc and cannot hear sound, do any of the following: ❑ The volume may have been turned off by the Fn+F2 keys. Press them once again. ❑ The volume may have been minimized by the Fn+F3 keys. Keep pressing the Fn+F4 keys to turn up the volume loud enough to hear sound. ❑ Right-click the volume icon on the taskbar and click Open Volume Mixer to check the settings. ❑ Check the volume setting in the audio mixer. ❑ If you are using external speakers, check the volume settings on the speakers and the connections between the speakers and your computer.