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Video freezes playing burnt dvd from computer on a dvd player

I have a Phillips 5.1 DVD player. It plays original dvds properly,but when i play a dvd format movie burnt from my computer it freezes and stops at several places. The same dvd plays properly on my computer dvd drive. I have changed the Phillips dvd player lense to no effect. Please help.

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Dvd players are finiky things they do not like burnt dvd's at all and some will just lock up computers on the other hand can handel those because burnt dvd's are in a coding format that computers can read much easier than a dvd player your best bet is to just buy the dvd non burned and see if that fixes it. good luck and If you ever need anymore help with electronics questions pleases dont hesitate to ask me at dragon_rage27@att.blackberry.net
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