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Hi,its obvious from your problem that both windows media 7 and mpeg video formats are not compatible with your dvd player,as you know,the windows media 7 is a very recent media player which is compatible with only very few dvd players
so its not a defect with your dvd player,however you can go through your manual to see the list of video formats supported by your dvd player.
Thanks and take care
Unless your player says in the manual it can play plus DVD's there's not a lot you can do about it.
In the early days of recordable DVD's two formats emerged, universal machines where not common and so your player might be one of them. Now they are more common so you have a choice of sticking with your machine or buying a universal one.
i have played a dvd movie in my laptop computer(Toshiba dvd player) it has played but when i try to ply it in my desktop computer(LG dvd player) the disk is not opening do you have a soft ware or suggestion to solve this problem
are you trying to play DVDs from a different region ?
PC DVD Drives, are region set to the computer, if you have a region 1 dvd drive, trying to play region 2 dvds et,c. it won,t let you. theres a couple of ways around this. go to Afterdawn ( on the web ) and download a region free dvd device.
Solution 2. try to obtain any updates or re-install windows media player. suggest player version 9 or above.
Mike @ compurepair.
p.s finally is to check that your drive, indeed supports DVD Or certain types of dvd media. i.e DVD+ Or DVD- some only support One type.