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Most AVI files from the torrent network use codecs to compress the size of the file you are downloading, and most DVD players only support the basic DIVX codec. A way to get around this issue is to use Nero software on your PC to burn a Video DVD. Selecting this option will make the program decipher the data and write it to the dvd as a compatible format with your standard DVD player.

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Dvd says wrong disc type


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1. The type of disc you are inserting is not compatible with your player.

2. The file format used to burn or create the disc you are trying to play is not playable on your player.

My guess would be number two. It is the most common problem that creates the "wrong disc" error. Check your manual for your player, or go to the makers website and download a free copy. Check the file format types that are compatible with it and have the person who created the disc download conversion software and burn a new one in a file format that will play on your machine.

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The disc formats/types that can be played should be outlined either on the unit itself or in the instruction manual (if you still have it). If the player shows that message even with genuine shop-bought DVDs then there is a defect within the unit, workshop attention may be required to fix it, but it could be costly.

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