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Dvd C 13 Error and other critical errors can occur when your Windows operating system becomes corrupted. Opening programs will be slower and response times will lag. When you have multiple applications running, you may experience crashes and freezes. There can be numerous causes of this error including excessive startup entries, registry errors, hardware/RAM decline, fragmented files, unnecessary or redundant program installations and so on.
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Knowledge Partners Points & Levels Blog Safety Tips Consumer Electronics Home Theater Next Why does " C:13:00 " comes up on screen and front of Sony DVD player when I try to play a certain DVD ? Movie won't play and no controls will make it do anything else. Other movies play just fine. Follow 1 answer 1 Report
Abuse Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Yes No Sorry, something has gone wrong. Trending Now Jill Harth Issa Rae Ashton Kutcher Sid Vicious Mega Millions Chronic Pain Treatment Andrew Luck Luxury SUV Deals Car Insurance Dallas Cowboys Answers Best Answer: The C:13:00 error message comes up when the DVD player recognizes there is some kind of disc in it but is unable to play it. I have seen it many times. The most common cause of this problem is scratched and dirty discs. Try cleaning it thoroughly first. It is nice to have some kind of "scratch remover" handy for those frustrating times you get the C:13:00 in the middle of a movie. You can get liquid, paste, and mechanical "scratch removers" (see links). If cleaning and scratch removing remedies do not work and the disc is a rental you may want to bring it back to the store for another. If you are sure the disc is clean and that it is not unduly scratched, the player may be having difficu
DVD VCD Glossary > VideoHelp Forum Index New Posts Today's Posts Rules Register Help Remember Me? Lost password/username? Forum Hardware DVD & Blu-ray Players Sony 725 - Weird problem with "no disc" or C:13:00 + Reply to sony dvd error codes Thread Results 1 to 6 of 6 Sony 725 - Weird problem with "no disc"
or C:13:00 Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Subscribe to this Thread Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to how to fix a dvd player that wont read discs Threaded Mode Thread 18th Nov 200213:38 #1 pnykanen View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Nov 2002 I have had Sony 725 /w EAV MOD for sometime now. Overtime, the device started to https://answers.yahoo.com/question/?qid=20070411194337AAxwnFx have problems reading standard DVDs, although CDs worked fine. When original DVD (or burned DVD+R/+RW was inserted) the device tried to read the disc and after trying for a while you get either "no disc" or disc dirty (C:13:00) indication. However, sometimes it read the disc eventually after several tries. I dropped the device off at repair shop, and got it back with the indication that there was nothing wrong, it read all discs the http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/72446-Sony-725-Weird-problem-with-no-disc-or-C-13-00 guy had. I was quite buzzled at this and went through my DVDs. It turned out that about 1/3 of the discs had problems being accepted by the drive. Now, any comments to the following - do I ask for trouble with this? I found out about the maintenance mode and did the following (use at YOUR own risk): 1) entered the test mode menu by entering in standby TITLE, CLEAR, POWER ON on remote ctrl. !! You might want to skip step 2 below and try if it works without it. 2) selected (2) Drive manual operation - Selected (6) Memory check. - Noted on paper the EEPROM values (a bit paranoid am I?) - pressed CLEAR for restoring default set. - returned to main menu 3) selected (1) Drive auto adjustment - Selected DVD-SL (followed instructions, and entered own DVD+R when asked for disk) - Selected CD (followed instructions, and entered a working CD) - Selected DVD-DL (followed instructions, and entered a DVD when asked for disk). - did not have SACD so did nothing for that. - returned to main menu 4) after this I exited the test mode menu with POWER. All my problems reading commercial DVDs, or reading DVD+R, DVD+RW (HP media) authored with DVDit LE or NERO on HP DVD200i drive disappeared. Earlier only DVD+RW were accepted by
Sony DVP-S735D and C:13:00 Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Jonny1973, Oct 7, 2002. Oct 7, 2002 at 11:11 PM Jonny1973, https://www.avforums.com/threads/sony-dvp-s735d-and-c-13-00.49993/ Oct 7, 2002 #1 Jonny1973 Guest Products Owned: 0 Products Wanted: 0 Ratings: +0 My 2 year old Sony DVP-S735D DVD Player has started acting up. Before playing a DVD it makes lots of http://forum.doom9.org/archive/index.php/t-24686.html whirring noises, struggles with layer changes and sometimes stops saying "C:13:00" Is my player shagged??? The discs don't look dirty. I've tried a lense cleaning dvd and using the auto alignment in the sony dvd service menu. But it's still acting up. Jonny1973, Oct 7, 2002 Oct 7, 2002 at 11:38 PM Timh, Oct 7, 2002 #2 Timh Well-known Member Joined: Sep 14, 2000 Messages: 4,778 Products Owned: 0 Products Wanted: 0 Trophy Points: 86 Location: Altair-4 Ratings: +124 Before playing a DVD it makes lots of whirring noises, struggles with layer changes and sometimes stops saying "C:13:00"Click to expand... I have sony dvd player a first generation sony dvp-315 in my Daughters bedroom which has just started to give the same error message on a blue screen, It did this at the weekend with Snow white R2, I pressed menu and they it seemed to play alright. Not sure what the message means but I do have an old mag in the loft which tells you how to get into the service menu, it tells you how to auto align the laser, maybe this will cure it. P.S Mine doe's not suffer from (lots of whirring noises, struggles with layer changes) Panasonic PT-AE2000 / Panasonic TX-P50G20B / Pioneer VSX-923 / SkyHD / PS3 320GB/WD TV Live / Panasonic DMR-EX75 DVD / Pronto TSU7000 / B&W DM603S3 / LCR600S3 / B&W VM1 x 2 /B&W M1 x 1 / BK Monolith. Timh, Oct 7, 2002 Oct 7, 2002 at 11:48 PM Jonny1973, Oct 7, 2002 #3 Jonny1973 Guest Products Owned: 0 Products Wanted: 0 Ratings: +0 To get to service mode, put the player in standby then press Title, Clear, ON I tried option 1. Drive Auto Adjustment But still have the problem. The C:13:00 message means dirty disk but could also mean f
guys! I burned a DVD-RW with Scenarist and I pop it in my DVD player and I get this C : 13 : 00 thingy on the LCD Display and the DVD doesen't play, but the player recognizes the disc as a DVD, but gives this C : 13 : 00 Error. I made folders (AUDIO_TS & VIDEO_TS) in Scenarist and burned the Folders using DVDiT PE. The total was around 235MB (only about 10 mins.) Could that be a problem why the DVD Player doesen't play the DVD? Also the DVD Plays fine on my DVD-Rom Drive. I insert the disc in the DVD-Rom drive and it begins my first play (DD Trailer) and goes to the menu and plays fine through out. So why isn't the DVD Player not playing it? I am using Pioneer DVD-RW Media. -------------------------------------------------------------------- I also wanted to know how I can link to chapter 2 from a Menu. I can link to tiles.But I want to know how I can link to chapter2 or 3 from a menu. Whenever I try to link it from the BTNS to chapter2 it doesen't link.And yes I have the cursor changed to the Link Command (PInk Arrow). Thanks in Advance!:) TRILIGHT7th May 2002, 04:10Sounds like you have a Sony DVD player and if it's an older one, it won't play a DVDRW at all. My older Sony DVP-S7700 will not play any of the discs I make (returns the good ol "disc is dirty" error you report) but the newer Sony NS-700P plays them all fine. Milkman Dan7th May 2002, 04:29To link to scenes, the menu has to be of the Chapter Type. You can't link to scenes from a standard VMS menu. Deepa DvD8th May 2002, 02:27Thanks for replying bros. I do have a Sony.It reads it as a DVD though because I see the DVD Light lighten up on the LCD.<---Weird. And also how do you set the menu to be set as chapter type? Thanks!:) Milkman Dan8th May 2002, 04:41If you already have a Title menu, then after adding a second PGC to the VMS, you can select it, and in the information panel in the middle bottom, you can change the menu type...at least, I think that's how it works. I don't remember. TRILIGHT8th May 2002, 05:03Originally posted by Deepa DvD I do have a Sony.It reads it as a DVD though because I see the DVD Light lighten up on the LCD.<---Weird. Yep. That's exactly what my DVP-S7700 does. It's a shame. It's a nice unit. Had to buy a new player for the main system though. Sequoyan8th May 2002, 05:32Two answers that may help: 1) Try putting all of your menus in
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