AUDIO FILE ERROR
NO VOL OPERATION
BUSY WAIT A
Case and/or corrective action
The recorder is writing data to the disc or the computer is reading data on
the disc while the recorder is connected to the computer. Wait until this
process is completed.
The recorder failed to access the disc in the recorder while the recorder
is connected to the computer. Reconnect the recorder to the computer or
reinsert the disc.
A disc which cannot be recorded or played back is inserted in the recorder.
The audio data or disc management ﬁle has been damaged. Insert another
"AVLS" is set to "On" ("AVLS On" on the remote) and so the volume
cannot rise higher. Set to "Off" ("AVLS Off" on the remote) ( page 58).
A disc with no recording on it is inserted.
The recorder is accessing disc information. You tried to operate the recorder
while it was accessing the recorded data. Wait until the message goes out
(in rare cases, it may take about a minute).
You tried to combine tracks recorded in different recording modes.
You tried to erase a track mark while selecting the ﬁrst track in the disc.
You tried to overwrite track marks.
You tried to combine tracks whose combined length exceeds 999 minutes
and 59 seconds.
You selected "Edit" in the recorder menu or "Title" in the remote menu
You selected "Format" in the menu while the recorder is not stopped.
You tried to change a title that includes characters the recorder cannot edit.
You pressed or T MARK on the recorder or P MODE/
You pressed SOUND on the remote while the Speed Control function is
You pressed T MARK on the recorder for 2 seconds or more while editing a
title (other than a disc name) on a disc used in MD mode, or while editing a
title on a disc used in Hi-MD mode.
You tried to play a track with playback restrictions.
You tried to play an MP3 audio track that the recorder cannot play. The type
of MP3 supported by this recorder is MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3, transferred
by the SonicStage software, with a sampling frequency of 32, 44.1 or 48
on the remote