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Re: Display Has Jagged Lines
The LCD panel or controller circuit is cracked - call Philips to find out if you are in warranty - mention nothing to them about dropping your player, or your warranty will be voided. It is not a part that can be ordered.
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this is either a video driver error caused by out of date drivers or trying to display something your computer does not have the capacity for if you meet the min system requirements and your drivers are up to date try displaying other programs to make sure that you find the same lines if after updating drivers you still have lines either the monitor or graphics card has burnt out
Yes this can be a problem with the player itself most likely with the screen part of the player that may need to be repair,, if its still under warranty you can contact the manufacturer for repair or for replacement....
You probably wont believe this but some DVD players aren't smart enough i had one like that in fact it was not working on the movies Underworld and the van helsing movie .
You might try using a RF Gainer walmart sells them install it as it comes out of the DVD player i hope this was some help if not you ll probably have to get a better line of DVD player i have a magnavox DVD/VHS daul recorder
Your unit may have a loose connection from motherboard to the display (video cable inside the unit), another distinct possibility is that the video processor chip is damaged or there is a power supply problem for the video chip (a bad electrolytic cap or similar somewhere around the video IC).
You can check the connection, but you'll need to take the unit apart, also check other connectors, but if it's an IC problem, this could get difficult or/and costly.
Please note that these are only suggestions and that the problem may as well be something else.
Are you loading to play or to record? Commercial DVDs should play. DVDs for recording may not be recognized by your drive. First make sure that the disc is blank. You must insert a blank disc of the proper format: DVD-R or RW, DVD+R or RW. Even with the proper format, some brands may not behave the same way as other brands.