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Sometimes people push down too hard on the cd table, throwing it out of alignment---have you tried running an optical disk cleaner in it? Try that 2 or 3 times first, before you get the optical drive checked or maybe replaced...it could just be really dirty.
don't worry frn, this is not your DVD's fault. it will happen due to the cd's speed, while recording to the CD's if you burn cd's or DVD in very high speed then some of the DVD's cann't support that why your dVD do. so be sure that you have the CDs that are coppied with less speed. or it will happen due to the dust in lens of DVD so use the lens clearner CD to clean the lens i hope that it will ok. byee