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Try changing your DVD regional locale. Some dvd/roms will restrict certain media if the locale is set to some other region than your own. The other thing you can do is update the drivers - - this seems arbitrary and you probably hear that often when asking a techie guru... But it is well justified. Also try different brands of dvdrws. Some dvd roms will restrict +rw - rw. Hope this helps.
you can try manually cleaning the laser lens ( gently wipe , do not press down hard , it is suspended by fine wires ) using a q-tip and a drop of that cleaning solution you got with the laser lens disc. ( fluff another q-tip a little ) then dry wipe it with another q-tip and try a disc.
you can look at the laser lens and see if you see the laser come on also to determine if that is working ( do not look directly into the laser ! )
if the laser works but it still does not read discs after cleaning it manually , then there is a problem with the focus coil on the laser or the signal board is bad
Well the problem you are having there is that the dvd player does not like the disc because it has not been finilised before so you have finilise it first and then it will work perfectly well that is what i do all the time.
here is the link to the user manual, troubleshooting and venturer support contact details;
Hope this helps, please post again if not :)