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After disc is loaded, it says "unknown disc."

When I put a disc in and it says loading. Then it says unknown disc.

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  • bren656 May 11, 2009

    Thanks, I will try cleaning it. I also read somewhere that if I turn the DVD player at a 45-degree angle it might work. No, the DVDs were not pirated and I tried several different DVDs.

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Is it a pirated dvd? If it is, do you know some dvd players won't read pirated dvds? And if it isn't, then your dvd player may be dirty (the lens). For that you would have to buy a cleaning disk. You can get one at Radioshack. Or maybe what type of dvd type is it? Is it dvd-r, dvd-rw, or what? Some dvd players have trouble reading dvd-rw sometimes.

Hope this helps.

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