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For some reason my DVD player (stand alone unit not computer based)will no longer play chart DVD's but it is quite happy to play the freebies that we get through the newspaper and we can't find why? Can you help?

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I received a freebie DVD player but it won't play DVD it keeps saying no disc


The problem is in the laser pickup assembly, buy a DVD cleaning kit and follow instructions, it may help buy more time if not! replace the player not cost effective to repair.

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CAN I RECORD FROM A VHS ONTO A CD OR DVD WITH MY STEREO?


In short, NO. Stereos are for playing not recording.

If your stereo has a DVD recorder and a video/audio input then you should be able to use it. I dont know of many stand alone "stereos" that do this. In general, stereos only deal with audio, but newer stereos and receivers can handle video as well, but usually are just PLAYERS not RECORDERS.

If not, then you will need to connect your VHS to a stand alone DVD recorder. You could also connect your VHS to a computer with the proper adapters (USB, firewire, etc) and software, and then record the VHS video to the computer. Afterwards you can then make a CD or DVD of the video.

A stand alone DVD recorder is much easier.

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I bought my first RTD215 2 years ago but the dvd player got stuckand wont open nor play... I bought another unit same model and after 8 months the same thing happened.. the dvd player got stuck again but...


If you really like the unit (disregarding the DVD player issues), maybe you could buy a GOOD stand-alone DVD or BluRay player and be ready for an upgrade in the electronics when the bug bites.

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SAME old! JVC files mod, have converted with prism to avi in the past, with success. Now DVD player says (once) cannot read (next time) not compatible. using DVD-R


Are you talking about a stand alone dvd players?

If you are talking about a stand alone dvd player, that is correct they do not player .avi extension file. I know some portable dvd player can play avi extension files.

all avi extension files needs the right audio and video codec to be player. All stand alone dvd players does not and can not detect codec for you.

On the issues of dvd-r brands, Some stand alone dvd players can only play dvd+r type dvds. ck your brand of dvd disc and players, make sure they are complatible with each other.

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BurnRdeluxe. just installed, how do i burn a dvd


if you want to burn a movie in a stand alone dvd player you need to convert the avi to dvd .vob format first.

If your dvd can play divx along with vob (dvd) format then just burn the avi using the data dvd function you maybe able to put 3 or 4 movies on a 4 gig dvd. This will not work on a stand alone dvd player.

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I have burn a DVD video using Cyberlink DVD Suite using LG super multi DVD Writer, but once the burn is completed my stand alone DVD players is not able to read and throws message as No Disc - i have...


There are many DVD formats DVD- DVD+ DVD-ROM heck even blueray is a different DVD format.,Now see if you can find any paper work for your DVD stand alone and see what is compatible with it.
The only other thought it may be, in your burning program you can select to have the DVD play only on the computer you make it on...see if that is checked
and if it is make so DVDs can play in all players.
So to recap: a compatibility issue or a proprietary setting for your computer only.
hope this helps, please leave rating, thank you

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I recorded my movies on the dw 100 but now i can't grt them to play on my dvd player


The DW-100 records discs based on the format they were originally recorded.

If your camera is recording HiDef videos than the discs this unit creates will be viewable on a Blu-ray disc player.

If your camera is recording in Standard Definition (ie. NOT HD) then I believe that the discs will work in regular or upconverting DVD players.

My Canon camcorder does not record in Standard Def so can't quite vouch for that last comment though.


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check what mode the cd video is you may have to burn another one with the correct mode for pc
Right click program on cd go to properties check video name plus what is after the . ie home.wmv as you need to burn cds with a general code
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Second issue is this.. even if finalized an older (or even some modern) stand alone players will not recognise a recorded disc made on a computer or even if it can there are different formats DVD+R DVD-R and even DVD-RAM and DVD-RW (the two latter ones are rarely recognised outside a computer)

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