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"Disc Error" Magnavox DP100MW8B with Burned DVD's

I am getting an error when I try to play burned DVD's on my Magnavox DP100MW8B player. What is weird, there are some disc's that will play fine. The dvd's that I get the errors on will play fine on my laptop.

Is there something I can do to resolve this issue? It is becoming increasingly frustrating.

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  • MikeinBmore Apr 07, 2009

    Some burned dvd-r's will play fine, sometimes I get a "disc error" and the disc will not play.

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