Everytime that i play videos on a formatted CD-R it says mini disc and then i could watch the videos fine no problem but when i want to play a regular DVD or DVD-R i doesnt play it, it says loading and after a while it says bad disc or eject the dvd.
i tried to take the XDVD700 back to the store but they didnt want to take it back because i didnt have the receipt "i lost the receipt"
I already try to restore the load factory from settings and notthing happened.
i dont know what else to do. i was reading the manual and i think it is the "region settings" it suppose to be 1 or all but i dont know how to change those setting or how to go there
Could you please gimme a hand and help me how to fix my XDVD700
i really appreciate your help... THANKS
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The dvds discs u bought from the UK is play on only the DVD player that play PAL signal format. Where u live Canada,US or Mexico?DVD players in these countries.It play only NTSC signal format.U can't change DVD players regions format,only can a DVD players that have regions free to play all DVDs discs of the world.
DVP3120 can play all DVD, VCD,MP3 and Audio CD and Support the below formats
Audio Video format NTSC & PAL
DVP3120 will play CD, CD-R/CD-RW, Video CD/SVCD, DVD, DVD-R/-RW, DVD+R/+RW, DVD-Video Discs as well as MP3-CD, MP3-DVD, WMA-CD discs and MP3, WMA and JPEG Files.
What DVD's are you using +R/RW -R/RW some formats may not work especially on non-branded media some DVD players wont even play CD-R but will play some CD-RW of the correct brand.
I suggest that you try your finalized DVD in your PC then create an image using ImageBurn then burn the image onto a branded media and try again. Most firmware on DVD burners are very forgiving and will support a wider range of manufacturers and formats.
Hope this helps, you might want to look on your DVD players website for updated firmware you will need a blank CD and create a update disc using your computer.
dual xdvd700 is a very picky device in order for you to play videos on a cd-r disc...you need need a burning software that have video burning capacity...don't just burn video as data copy/backup b/c dvd player won't recognize it. hope this help... So it's base on how you burn your disc...NO data backup/copy ...use Video Burning instead
mini DVs sometimes can't be access using usb interface, try to look if u have a firewire interface, be sure your laptop supports IEEE1394. power dvd is the best player for dvd files. -r means recordable, not rewritable (rw). if ur not familiar with video editing, you may not be able to burn it to disc, but you can play and watch everytime.