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U have a LCD tv any models?Just buy a HDMI cable,one side of cable hook to the HDMI in the Wharfedale hub,the orther side to the HDMI LCD tv hub.Power on,play the thing,go to the LCD tv,go in the LCD tv menu pick HDMI 1,2,3 will get the movie or what u playing?If the Wharfedale work.
Have you closed the recording? If the recording is not closed out, you will have trouble playing the DVD in other players.
It could also be that your DVD player you are trying to play on is too old or not designed to use burned DVDs. I also have trouble playing some burned DVD's in older DVD players, it has to do with how the recording is done, and there is nothing you can do about it. For example, I have a Sony 5 disc changer that came with a surround sound set up... nice DVD player, but will NOT handle DVDs burned on stand alone DVD burners or burned from a PC. It reads the DVD, and displays on the front of the player that it is not a DVD, and shows nothing on the TV.