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If there is no TS-Folder showing in a computer then it is not a DVD Disc. The disc could be badly scratched, ie the noise. There are many theories and one I've heard but not try is putting nail polish over the disc the freezing overnight, defrost then wipe outward a from the centre. The DVD player may be out align then should be looked at or possibly cheaper to buy a new player. Hope the info was useful, good luck ;)
Did you make the disk if you made the disk your computer has to give it a digital signature so the DVD player can read it if you're using a regular DVD then I would very carefully using rubbing alcohol and Q tip clean the actual laser I would be very careful doing this if too much rubbing alcohol is on the Q tip it will ruin the laser you can also try resetting the DVD player by taking out the battery and unplugging it from any power source and leave it that way for at least 20 seconds to a minute if that doesn't work you might have something else wrong
well..I ve heard this problem many times..a DVD player says "no disc" or "invalid disc" only if the disc that you have inserted is damaged or else the DVD reading lens has been damaged when you dropped your player..! That maybe the problem..I suggest it is better to show it in some shop ! or to the authorized dealer itself for better results..ok
Check and see if there is dust or dirt or something on the lens. Dirt, grease and fingerprints will cause a DVD player to have read errors. If it a new player, or under warranty, get it replaced. It sounds like it is failing.
Probably not much help. but the 1st thing I would do is check to see if the disc is even turning...put it in with label straight up, then when it fails, eject...odds are severely against the disc being oriented the same way if it spins, so if it hasn't moved, the main drive motor is bound up or dead. Either way, return it.
need more info, but did you try with another movie dvd? have you clean it with a cleaner dvd, blow some dry air by the port of the tray when it is open(could by a can in radio shack), if everything dosent funcion, then, you need a tech, the disc is not runing or the reading sistem has damage...good luck