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Hi , WinDVD 4 Plus is outdated . If you are operating beyond XP , it won't work correctly anymore . Otherwise , delete the program with a cleaning tool ( CCleaner or Revo Uninstaller ) rather than going to the Control Panel , reboot and reinstall WinDVD 4 . Best regards .
Make sure that your dvd is electrically connected to your car. All you got to do is put it on by pressing the power button of the DVD. Then, press the dvd loading button open. Place the dvd on the loading tray, and push the button to close to load the dvd. Then press the triangle sign on the DVD to let it play. Then, you can press the volume to your preffered sound level.
Try Klite codec pack, and then play the dvd's in Windows Media player. Problems have been known to occur in Power Dvd. Klite codec pack can be foud at (http://www.free-codecs.com/K_lite_codec_pack_download.htm)
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If the player is doing that for all DVDs but playing CDs properly, the player has gone bad due to either the laser and lens being out of whack or the DVD drive just doesn't recognise DVDs anymore and needs repaired or replaced.
The Vaio / Sony combo DVD drives are renowned to be some of the worst on the market. Sony puts the cheapest cr*p in their laptop and it should be no surprise that after a couple of reads (10+) and writes (10+), your combo drive will be as good as junk... dead weight in your laptop. You'll also hear strange repetitive noises coming from it. I have 3 solutions: 1) Go to the Vaio support site, type your model number to get its page and search DVD upgrade firmware. This should 2 files. One is a .bin and the other is an executable to flash the drive with that .bin file. If the problem still persists then bad news. 2) Buy a USB2 external combo drive. This should be real cheap nowadays. 3) Check impactcomputers for a replacement internal drive. Prices have come down but still quite pricey.
Also if you can let those f*cks at Vaio know what you had to go through, that'd be great.
you allneed to make sure the disc is spinning in the player you should hear it whirr as ut builds speed listen closely to it and keep a hand on it to feel when the disk quits if it starts. its supposed to spin v ery fast do you think you could tell by the sound of it if its spinning fast. some times they make a clicking noise because the drive mounts have slid down in the case and allows the disk to rub or tap the case. please let me know what you find out. this is for all three problems. let me know the results so i can further advise you.