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Re: DVDs not recognized
If the unit is not reading the DVD you might have a dirty or bad laser optic inside you can try a cleaning kit. If the kit does not work the the unit will need repair, and that would probably cost more the the units worth.
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Problems having to all DVDS movies discs u have?Tries more DVDS movies watching.This problems u discribing right now,might causes by only one movie disc the DVD disc itself is probally the causes of this problem.
Use MediaCoder. It will convert any movies you have to any file format that you want, preferrably .mp4 for movies or .avi. The standard DVD format is .VOB, and you'll have a hard time finding a program that can read those for free. Using MediaCoder you can convert them to the much smaller .mp4 format and put them as data files onto a DVD or actual watchable DVDs.
if your DVD Drive ( ROM ) read-Only-Memory. then it will only read DVDs And Not Write Them. You need a DVD RW Drive, to be able to write. If Your CD Drive Is A CD/RW That means its a CD Re-writable drive. try a Burn To CD.
Are the DVDs youre having problems playing movies? If so the decoder may be missing. Confirm for us if the disks youre having trouble with are movies. Data DVDs should play with or without a decoder. Programs such as PowerDVD should solve your problem if this is the case.
When you say it won't read DVDs, do you mean it won't play the DVD movies or it won't recognize a DVD disc when you put it in? If this is the CRW4012a as mentioned in the title, it is only a CD / CDRW drive not a DVD drive and it won't read DVDs. You'll need to purchase a DVD drive to do so.
It sounds like the DVD region (a setting in both your OS and your DVD hardware) may have been changed. DVD regions are the agreed upon method (by entertainment companies, hardware manufacturers and governments) to limit cross-border sharing of media. Most valid (read: non-pirated) DVDs have a region code. Your DVD drive will only play DVDs with a region code that matches the DVD region code set on the DVD drive.
You didn't mention your OS but if you are running Windows XP then go to Start->Control Panel->System->System->Hardward->Device Manager and find your DVD player. Right-click the DVD player and select Properties from the menu and you should see a properties dialog-box with a DVD region tab. This is where you can change the DVD region that your player will recognize. Be careful, don't play around here, most DVD players have an embedded limit on the number of times (4-or-so) the DVD region can be changed.