Question about Philips LX3000D System
I am inserting an original DVD into my DVD player and you can hear it trying to read it but after a few minutes it displays "No Disc". I then put a copied DVD into the player and it plays this immediately. Why is this the case and any suggestions on how to overcome this??
Some times when you create DVD movies by high speed DVD writers, your data cannot be read by dvd player with high performance. it s due to speed mismatching. always write DVDs with Normal speed in order to use with DVD players. while in case oof PC-DVD -Rom it does not happens. it can read any high speed wriiten DVDs. DVD-Rom in PC are more precise than DVD players. Some times Weak DVD player Lens system can also mis read.
Posted on Dec 22, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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