Our company creates content, then burns our content to a Blu Ray disk to playback on Plasmas and LCDs at conventions. We can playback disks we create on Panasonic BluRays, but not Sony. What is the reason for this and how do we fix it? Otherwise, our customers can only use Panasonic players.
The Sony just won't playback the BRAND of your dvds. Panasonic and even few other brands dvd players are able to playbacks these OEM dvds.Not much you could do. solutiondoct My 2nd response...any firstname.lastname@example.org’ve tried Sony disks and the still don’t play in a sony dvd player. BR-RE or BD-R.
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Re: Sony BluRaywon't play back disk
That is one of the problem with manufacturers that don't clearly explain the consumers that most of the blue ray dvd player is designed to play blue ray dvds ®ular dvds,but it wasn't never designed to back any DVD-R or DVD-RW. Sorry,there is no way around it,because Sony enjoyed being exclusive in many things. solutiondoct
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The Player will not play the Blu-ray discs other than Region C. This is because all the Blu-ray/DVD Players are designed such way that it will play only the discs that are manufactured and sold in the same country where the Player is manufactured.
You can play the discs that are "Region ALL".
However, you may try copying the content of the Region A/B Blu-ray discs to a Computer then create a video Blu-ray disc to check whether you can play them in the BDPS370.
This problem does not mean a disk drive has broke 90% of the time, the
most common issue is the ps3 files being corrupt. To solve this problem
firstly back up the data on your ps3. Go to system settings> backup
and follow the appropriate settings,i advise using a usb stick or hard
drive to back up your data.
Secondly under system settings go to restore ps3 and follow
instructions. This will erase all the data on your ps3 and restore it
to its factory default, this will restore all the original ps3 files,
it will basically install the ps3 OS again.
After re- installing the ps3 install the latest updates and try your disk again.
If your ps3 now recognizes a disk go back to system setting>
backup, select restore previous back up and all your saved data will be
imported from the hard disk. Sony does state that not all saved data
can be imported e.g.copy righted content, however i faced no problems
and was able to access all saved data including saved games when
If this solution does not work contact song for further
assistance, if this solution does not work it is likely to be hardware
support, usually the lens that reads the disk, sony will instruct you
on who to contact to repair the fault machine. When out of warranty
their is usually a cost unless it is recognized manufacturing fault. ___________________________________________________
I have the now famouss problem myself and reading about it made me
realise that there are a lot of people living this hell. I want to
make an official list of player having this problem to see the magnitude of it.
The problem beiing:
You played mw2 (or another game) with the latess update installed on
your ps3 and at some point it froze. tried pressing the PS button but
nothing happened. You had to hold the power button to reset it or
resolve to switch the back switch off/on. Only to get this same problem
over and over again. you can t play blu ray on your ps3 and/or get the
error 80010514. from time to time it will play those blu ray only to
start the whole problem again.
your blu ray lens is not
dead.. the problem seems to come from another part. It could be a
corrupted SOFTWARE/FIRMWARE caused by Sony's 'Online' Updates.
If you have a USB stick plugged into the unit you may need to remove it, put it into a computer and format it. FAT file system is preferable.
If you don't have a USB stick plugged into the unit, some disks do require the extra storage for the downloadable content or using as a "swapfile". I would suggest getting a 2 or 4 Gigabyte USB stick and plug it into the back of the unit to allow for this. The Setup menu will allow you to ensure the unit sees the storage properly.
Had this issue with a Batman blu-ray awhile ago. This fixed it.
For all DVD-Video and Blu-Ray backups or you existing Video Media I recommend using AnyDVD from Slysoft you can compress all Blu-Ray using this it will break the CSS and Region code you need to use another to re-encode the video.
try cleaning the lens as you would with you previously owen DVD player. Also make sure the disks are clean. If that doesn't work, try resetting the machine by pressing and holding BOTH the stop and power buttons for about 10-15 seconds.
I had same problem, and fixed it just as per URL link from Wizz.
Apart from following the Sony methodology by the letter:- a couple of things to note:-
1) Make sure you appreciate the difference between a data disk and a burn image. To copy the ISO file you need an image copy of the file, the disk will also need to be "fixated", this is a normal function of most disk burning software but may be prompted as a tick list before you burn the image.
I downloaded burn epress from http://www.nch.com.au/burn/plus.html and it worked fine
2) I got a "No DWLD 09" error after I had put the disk into the player. I tried it several times but still got the error. I solved it by changing CDR disk manufacturer. I was using Maxwell CDR-80's and when I changed to a JVC it worked fine.
i fixed this exactly as previous posted solutions, however a couple of points.
a) recordable CDs work if you don't have a DVD burner.
b) I didn't have a CD burner that would do an "image burn", I downloaded a free copy of "Express Burn" and that worked fine. The disk needs to be "finalised" or "fixated", it should do this automatically, or it may be a tick box selection.
c) I got a "No DWLD 09" when I put the disk into the player. I found this was an incompatibility with the CD-R (Maxwell) I was using. I changed to JVC and it worked fine.