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Most DVD players are region-locked, meaning they will only play disks encoded in the location they are from, or disks without region-specific encoding. For example, if I bought a DVD player in Europe and tried to play a disc from the United States, it would not play. Unfortunately, in order to get past the "area limitations" you will either have to buy a DVD encoded in the same format as your DVD player, or set the player to a different region code (which often will lock the player after a certain number of times).
I'm assuming that you made sure the disc is free of smudges and dust. It's possible that between now and the last time you tried, you ended up with a dirty lens - try another disc to be sure it's only this one that has problems. If another DVD has trouble too, you need a lens cleaner kit.
The disc is probably an incompatible format for this model player. Even if the disc is finalised in your PC, or in a DVD recorder, this player may still be unable to read it. Some DVD recorder/players do not recognise DVD+R (or +R DL) media, while others won't recognise +/-RW discs (except CD-RW); this is a model limitation - not a fault with either your player, the PC burning software or the discs themselves.
Nothing can be done to fix this except purchasing a model which accepts multimedia (+R/DVD-RAM etc). The question is, does your player play ANY normal DVDs? I am guessing your player will accept DVD-R DL discs just fine since this is standard as well as proper shop-bought movies.
I don't know where you are, so I will have to speak generally. DVDs made for the USA market will not play in Europe, because they have different area codings. This is about copyright owners controlling copyright. Many DVD players in Europe are actually hacked to get around this.
It isn't just Europe and the USA either, there are several areas that cannot share DVDs across borders.
It would seem that you have got a camera that is set to a different area than your DVD player. That is what is causing this error message. Sometimes you can change one or the other from a menu (you can do this a limited number of times with a DVD disk drive installed in a computer). If it is a stand alone DVD player, I would try to get it hacked to be "region free". Sometimes you can find information about this by searching the web. I can't advise further because you have not given make and model of either your camera or your DVD player, or your location, or where you bought the equipment.
Hello,i have been reading about your problem....
If the dvd you are trying to play is a fake copy,it will not always play.... , Plus.... when you buy in a different country it also may not work.... this is due to the dvds reagons....