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Saturn laser problem?

Discussion in 'Saturn' started by Denis, Dec 18, 2001.

  1. Denis

    Denis New Member

    Have here old used sega saturn (model2) and it's badly reads CD-R (even the ones which burned at 1x). Sometimes it even skips (remember cd player w/o "antishock" - like this) audio tracks on audio cd-r (and on games with audio tracks). But it normally reads factory CDs (audio and games). I readed the "cd-rw mod" from Misc section and looked into this saturn. The orange screw seems to be 15-20 degrees to the left (i.e. if it was a clocks' it positioning at 10:30 :)) ). Is it a normal setting? Maybe need to turn it right a little? Or more to left? What are the factory default position for this orange screw?

    PS. Those CD-R which are badly reads on this saturn normally reads/works on another one. So cd-rs are ok and problem in this saturn.
     
  2. Cloud121

    Cloud121 Member

    could the drive be worn out? maybe there's something about the laser?
     
  3. Denis

    Denis New Member

    and if it laser - will "cd-rw mod" helps?
     
  4. mal

    mal Member

    Give it a try.

    If it doesn't help, turn the pot back to where it was and try something else.
     
  5. Denis

    Denis New Member

    thanks, will give it try today.

    but interesting - what factory default position for this "orange screw"?
     
  6. IceDigger

    IceDigger Founder Staff Member

    Maybe it is a the Factory setting position now, unless the user before you tampered with it.

    And I have the same problems as you do, maybe I should give it a try too.
     
  7. Gear

    Gear New Member

    check your "tech help" post, hope it helps at least a little.
     
  8. Denis

    Denis New Member

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