I have 'a' solution. It is a pain in the neck but what I do is just keep closing the drawer after the message "this disk can neither be played or recorded, please check disk" comes on screen until it does what it is meant to do.
I am only doing this to clear off the hard drive then I am going to buy another machine.
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Check to make sure that the format of the discs burned are acceptable by the dvd player, some companies do not support certain formats. refer to owner manual as to which ones are readable on your particular dvd player. if the dvd player plays other regular/non-burned discs, this is the probable issue,...more info is needed if this is not solution.
Problem may be reset needed, or lens need cleaning, or dvd recoreder worn out. Reset is pull the plug from the wall for 5 minutes. Turn it back on after reset to load firmware again, may work after that.. TDK makes lens cleaner. LG uses fan so, dirt can get into dvd recorder lens. If the tray moves out wiggly, laser assembly may move wiggly too. Replace dvd recorder which is a dvd+-rw regular ide unit from computers.
I have also had this problem as well, and have also found that when it is preparing the disc to begin with the player will lock up.
I've only found this problem on dual layer DVD-R discs. I've yet to get to the bottom of this issue BUT looking back at the manual there is a section around compatibility and it has the the following statement:
"A 8X speed DVD+RW or greater disc can be played, but
maximum recording speed is 4x."
The discs I am using are 8x which looks like it could be the problem. I am wondering if the discs are having issues with running at the lower speed.
It may be worth checking the speed of the discs that you are using.