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Error-2-99 showing on my dvd

I have copied dvd movies that i love to watch on my unit.but some of my dvd movies works and others don't and a Error 2-99 shows up with some dvd movies. sometimes it plays and this error 2 comes on. all my movies used to play with no problem and why is this happening now.

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  • darkskoda Nov 05, 2007

    i put any disc in and err 2 comes up

  • Anonymous Nov 07, 2007

    i have the same problem need help!!!

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The lens on the laser maybe fogging and will need cleaning or you may need to replace the laser because it's not as effective as it used to be, the lens is mounted on a delicate spring which when electrified moves to focus on the dvd and in time the spring gets stretched and therefore becomes less effective and there ends our lesson for today, I hope you found this helpful

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