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First make sure your drive will handle DvD's. Click Start/My Computer and see if a DvD drive is listed. If you have a DvD then some drives will not handle bootleg (made by some individual) DvDs. Try a store purchased dvd and see if it reads it ok. Also, there are some formats your software may not be able to handle.
If you are using Windows Media Player as your dvd player it has problems reading some formats. Go to www.google.com and in the search type: "download vlc player" (without the quotes). Download VideoLan from the site www.videolan.org/vlc Download and install it, it can handle just about any format. It's totally FREE. Oh, and it doesn't take 15 or 20 minutes to install like Media Player. It'll be up and running in less than 3 minutes.
Try Media player classic under k-lite codec pack. Then open video files on the dvd. If it doesn't help try another codec player. If nothing helps could it be that dvd player is not capable of multilayer dvd reading.
I received the same problem last night on my laptop.Its jus a display setting that u have to change for ur dvds to work.If that doesnt help u should probably jus try install a few codecs.
I would suggest u download and use VLC media player.Plays every possible file u need.
Hope this helps.
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