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Hi Definition I have the craig (cvd 329) dvd Player. I hooked it up to my hi definition television, and put a hi def dvd in it. It loads for about ten minutes then says that there is no disc in the dvd player.

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  • sirzune Mar 13, 2008

    I have the Craig CDV329 and have had it for nearly a year. It isn't played very often, and until now has played well. Just recently is states "No Disc" and upon subsequent loadings, "Unknown Disc". Should I junk it?

    Thanks eddie etupaz@gmail.com

  • mattolivia23 Jul 01, 2008

    I hooked my cvd-329 to the TV and inserted dvd it reads and then an error msg appears and show up as no disc. It also starts "rolling" and I can not stop it. I used a cleaning disc but no help. I changed Disc's but no help.

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I believe the craig CVD329 is a progressive DVD player, not a HD DVD player. It can not read HD DVD discs, it can only read regular DVD discs.

Posted on Feb 15, 2008

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