When i put in a cd or dvd disk it start to read it for about 10 to 20 seconds ,but then states ''disk not read''. I've tried both cd's and dvd's with the same result. I tried changing ''disc recorded'' in: PAL, NTSC AND AUTO, with the same result. ''disk not read''. The only other thing Ive haven't tried is changing regional codes which should be at #1, but I don't know how to find that section on the menu.
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Underneath the DVD disc drawer there should be a small hall - put a safety pin in it and push strongly until the DVD disc drawer ejects. That's it!
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Your best bet is to clean the lens with a commercial lens cleaner for DVD/CD. If that doesn't work the problem could get more expensive to repair, and since DVD players are cheaper to buy (some) than repair, you might want to consider that as an option.
first of all you need to check your manuel for dvd's that can be played as in burnt. as of right no cd/dvd changers can play dvd that are burnt. cd's can be played if it states on player. only normal cd's and dvd's can be played. also check your disc for marks on them like fingerprints etc. if you want invest in a great player like sony, pioneer, i have no problem with these players.
Several possible causes
1. Laser read lens dirty - clean it
2. CD has become damaged & data cannot be read (does it read in other cd drives?)
3. Intermittent malfunction of laser read circuitry.
4. Process of elimination - if CD is readable on other drives, the problem is with DVD player. If cleaning does not solve the problem, the problem is DVD internal electronics.
I am just throwing these out there as food for thought.
Make sure you ended the recording on that other side. If a DVD is left open(meaning more could be written to it) other dvd players have a hard time reading the info. Put in one of the 2 sided disc's that worked. how does the camera recognize the disc? Then insert the troubled disc and see if the disc info is being read the same. i.e. disk size, manufactuer, open/closed?
Check for a firmware upgrade for your DVD burner/player(s).
Let me know how things work out.