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Hi,
Problem may be with your drive or playback software.

Solutions:

1. Copy your media from your DVD disc to your harddisc and then try playing it (not directly from DVD drive). If media plays well, then there can be problem with your drive.

2. If still play back jumps after copying the DVD to your computer, then the problem might be with your system. Download and install VLC media player from the link.This should fix the proper due to codec and playback.

I hope this is helpful in solving your problem.
Thanks

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