Question about Car Audio & Video
Most likely the disc is badly scratched or is a format not compatible to the player. Commercial DVD? Or home-burned DVD-R? They are totally different formats. DVDs can be made using many different audio and video CODECS. Players are designed with support for specific CODECS and will not recognize others.
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