We've had our Sony DVP-NS575P player for about 2 years now. In that 2 years it has played maybe 5 movies. I recently took it apart and cotton swabbed the lens- and it magically played a movie. The next day we stuck one in and again it said that it "cannot play this disc". Sometimes it will play, sometimes it won't. I'm at my wits end with trying to figure out what's wrong- any suggestions?
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Hi Nemegraff, I have a Sony DVP- NC665P dvd player. I burned a dvd movie and noticed I could not play it on my player. I was getting a display code "T99". I believe the "T" stands for time on the dvd. Anyway, to my surprise, I found out if I press the "top menu" button on my remote, the dvd will start from the movie's main menu screen....then just hit enter or play and the movie will play. My problem is solved. I hope this helps you. best, larry
The reputed models will not play these being pirated versions and so it is best to choose originals to be played in your Sony player.
Unfortunately most local models will play these and so must not be taken as fault in the player.
The Sony DVP-NS575P DVD player is not intended for Blu-Ray media playback. You will need to purchase a Blu-Ray player to enjoy these types of discs. The good news about Blu-Ray is most models support DVD playback as well as Blu-Ray, and these players are not terribly expensive.
There is no mention anywhere in the user manual for this model DVD player about Blu-Ray support. Also in the same manual, this player cannot play discs that do not conform to NTSC standards or which correspond to the region code of the player itself. (basically model limitations)
If your DVD player works fine overall, the good news is it didn't cost you anything to ask, and no workshop charges to worry about - perhaps consider a Blu-Ray player later on if you really want one - keep the DVD player as a spare unit.
John~ check formats with dvd player can be found in mannual - then burn dvd to suit mp3 or mp4 would normally work~ you can go to Realplayer.com to get tool to download on pc to this job. also try Divx .com / utorret.com or if you can get a Silvercrest dvd player this can also play pc dvd.in may different formats. Phil
Get a hold of your manufacturer and verify the warranty on your cd/dvd player. I do know that if the cd's are not finalized then cd/dvd players will not be able to read them. If under warranty your manufacturer can replace it or troubleshoot the problem with you over the phone.