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"Bad Disk" message

Hi,

As of last night, whatever disk I attempt to load & play comes back with a "BAD DISK" message, not allowing me to play.
Is this thing shot?

Thanks

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  • ka80 Apr 30, 2009

    I KEEP GETTING A "BAD DISK MESSAGE" WHEN I TRY TO PLAY A DVD...I'VE ONLY PLAYED 5 OR 6 DVDS ON THIS THING!

  • auntre715 May 18, 2009

    I get the "bad disc" message when ever I try to load one. The machine is several years old. Can it be fixed or is it time for a new one?

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I determined the equipment was shot and bought a new one. Much less stressful and rather pleasant!

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