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if the bottom of the dvd is scratched it can cause this issue, if it's not scratched there may be a defect in the way the dvd was written. If you are playing from a file on your computer that has been downloaded, it may be partially corrupt, or the player has old codecs. Try using a different player like VLC on your computer, or use a CD/DVD cleaning kit, and a DVD player cleaning disc.
Just want to let you know that after i perchased my dv10 from USA it was locked to region 1 and will not play dvds from UK.
I succesfully unlocked it with a hack but again it stopped playing dvds from the UK after 2 years and soon i play dvd it will say"no disc".
I wrote the hack differently and succesfully unlocked it again.
no problems since then.it plays all regions.
I'm guessing your trying to play the DVD on a PC or laptop, in which case if you change the display settings so the video is only output through the projector and not on the PC/laptop screen the video will then play back properly.
If this unit has a built in DVD player, then the player's lens may need cleaning. There are lens cleaning discs available for this. If the unit does not have a built in player, then the same applies to your player & there is no problem with the projector itself.