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The format on which you have written the file is not read on the DVD player and so when the files is burned please choose the option to write the files in the format which can play on any player mode when the request for burning comes up.
gustav94I have the same dvd player and had the same problem, I just couldn't read my data cds and it was so frustrating windows kept telling me the cds with data were blank, i searched thoroughly over the net for an answer but most involved registry mods or flashing the firmware which could bog your dvd for life. I was about to give up and get a hammer and whack the computer when i decided to get a dry cotton bud and gently wipe the laser lens of the dvd player, and guess what? my good old data cds were being read!!! kudos to classics.
IF you are burn youor CD make sure is read and writeable drive if not get a dvd burner or cd burner a dvd is for dvd CD rewriteable a cd is just regular CD blank CD for both make sure format when your computer has detect 14x or 16x 700GB storage...
If there were compatability issues with the disc it would have been unable to burn to the dvd initially, the problems you mention are a sign that the reading in the dvd is failing and there's never a solution for problems as these, as it means that a replacement is needed, as the dvd writer arent worth repairing.
I had the same thing exactly, but after a while it wouldnt even acknowledge that i had a writable dvd in the drive, but was ok with cd's.
I think it is down to poor quality lasers, so as to keep the dvd writer prices down.