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Unknown disk message on RCA DVD Player Model DRC615N

Only one disk played on this machine brings up this message, other disks play okay

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MYSTRO
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SOURCE: player won't play any disks only says CANNOT LOAD DISK

change the way you connect the dvd player to your tv

Posted on Jun 22, 2007

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In my dvdr630vr plays only audio cd`s. Same problem?

Posted on Feb 01, 2008

maklean
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Are you using DVD+r 's?
If so try using a DVD-r as some dvd's will not read the +r's and will come up as unknown.

Posted on Feb 17, 2008

SOURCE: rca dvd/vcr dual recorder, wont play dvd

My VCR/DVD Model # DRC6200N is not working. I can hear the DVD but no picture, do you have any suggestion what is wrong?

Posted on Jul 17, 2008

SOURCE: solutions to incorrect disk error c105 & c104

Hello gjbrokke,

First make sure the disc is compatible with the dvd player (CD-R+ , or CD-R - )

Second make sure the region code of the dvd you burned is compatible with the dvd region settings on your dvd player.

One of those two are preventing the disc from playing in your sansui player.

Posted on May 19, 2009

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