The problem may lie with the format of the disk, is the disk a
DVD-R -, or a DVD-R+?. if it was a bought DVD, it may be the wrong regon (i dont know how to spell the aforesaid word), a bad copy, a dirty reader, a dusty DVD, or your player.
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If it can read any other disk, you should burn your disk again because burning process was incorrect. your computer can't recognize the disk. In this case, probably you can't do anything, no way to try to read a bad disk if computer can't even "see" it.
By the way, you should test to read the disk on some other computer.
If happens with ALL your disks, your optical player is defective.
Again test reading with other computer if record was made correctly
As for your device, you should check if worth to repair and decide if repair or replace it. How to Replace DVD CD Drive in Computer Tower
I have the same problem. When I insert a disk, my NAD T 550 DVD player displays 'No Disc'. It started with new disks while still reading older disks, but at some time it stopped recognizing any disk. Did you receive any suggestion yet or has anyone a suggestion?
Here are a few things you can try.
1. Check the DVD's and make sure that it is not scratched.
2. Check to make sure it accepts that brand of dvd disc.
3. Call technician. Number shoud be on the DVD player or on your manual. How long did you have this player? If you have warranty on it, I would return it if # 1 & 2 is not the problem. It could be a mechanism problem.
Try cleaning the optics with one of those DVD cleaners.
When that probably doesn't work, you can hand clean the optics if you
can figure out how to get at them. (easy on some, hard on others)
If that doesn't work, it is prbably not worth going any farther
This is the problem with your dvd player's lance
so you need to repair it from your Toshiba DVD/VCR Home Theater System provider.
and after replacing it u have to take care of it.
do not use crashed disks .
Use lance cleaner liquid to clean lance .
i think this means it is dying. mine started to skip and then promptly stopped reading the disks too. i was told it may be the optical lense and it may be better to buy a new one than have it fixed. my problem now is that i can't find a replacement that is not upconvert (i see no difference in the component cables vs. hdmi). i am sad to lose this player. love it.