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Nothing went wrong but it require audio codecs to be installed your DVD drive must be having a CD with it which has nero burning softwares and other like nero show time and dvd codecs. Install this programe from the cd supplied with it. use power DVD etc. many softwares are there .dvd play back
hi, toshiba computers commonly used tool is called burnt record now, it works properly, that you get at the start + all programs + sonic + record now, try using this tool, if the fault persists, you should have problems with your unit cd-dvd
I had the same problem and spent some time looking up this issue. I have a sony dvd player and it seems to have trouble reading almost any burnt dvd or cd. I have read that sonys seem to prefer the cheap dvds and cds for burning. It seems the cheap'O dvd players play burnt dvds and cds better that the nice ones, go figure.
There is more info out there about making sure to burn dvds and cds in the correct format. You can try different burning software that has more options than just vista. If you are creating a dvd from a movie file such as an avi or mpeg, please explain more on what you are doing and trying to accomplish.
hi .. sir go and try to open in safe mode . restart >press F8. see whether it work's..if not go to the bios setup and see the configuration and sellect . restart > delete . (for bios setup..). replay me if any problem.. thank u sie. don't forget to fix.
Jeff - If you have not changed your software configuration in any way since the last time you could successfully play a DVD, it could be that the drive has failed. You can test this most easily by taking these DVD's that won't play in your Acer now, and play them in another good computer, or a regular home DVD player. If they play in your other systems/players, you will see right away. And if the machine is that new, you might be able to get it easily fixed under your manfuacturer's warranty.
If you have made any kind of changes to your system software that could affect your dvd burner, that could cause it to not recognize them perhaps, as well. By changes I mean - installing some kind of alternative dvd playing software than what came with your machine, etc. If you did not make any software changes, it is likely a hardware problem.