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When the movie get's to about the 90 % completion out of sinc starts

The picture is good until you reach the 80 or 90 % area and then the picture starts to get out of sinc and starts to break up--pixels all over the place until the end of movie. What causes this so late in the disc?

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Re: When the movie get's to about the 90 % completion out...

If it is just one disk then the pixelation you describe could be due to a poorly made DVD or if the disk is dirty or damaged. try examining the disk surface for flaws or scratches. Some machines are more sensitive than others to defects.

try to play it in another player to see if the problem is with the disk. if the disk is damaged it should show up on the same part of the movie.

if it is an old machine that is used heavily it could be wearing out the lazer. If the lazer is going bad it will happen more and more frequently to more than one disk - at least that's what mine did. If so then replacing the machine is likely the best option. fixing the laser would probably not be worth the effort or money unless it is covered under a waranty.

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