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Sounds like a DVD drive issue to me since the same thing happens in more than one program. Luckily desktop DVD-burners are quite inexpensive, since you should replace the drive completely with a brand new one. It's the fact that it THINKS it burned correctly that is the nail in the coffin.
The TV does not play movies it displays them It is the DVD that Plays them. But of course you knew that. Some of the newer movies like avatarcan be on Blu ray if your DVD is supposed to play Blu ray but doesn't don't be surprised as they have changed the format recently. Your DVD will require an udate of firmnware. Go to the website of the DVD brand and contact support Download the update and burn it to a disc and run it.
With the TV end Make sure the resolution can be accepted from the DVD you are trying to Play. If it isn't HD or capable of 1024x768 at 16.4 then it may not be able to display the image. Is there any sound?
If sound but no Pic then start playing with the picture format. go to 8.2 or 4,0 to see if it makes any difference Please rate my help++++Thanks for using FIXYA
Your DVD drive is missing the Burning Program not the driver. I found an update for your windvd software for windows 7 but you probably have to have the full program installed to run the update. Hope this helps.
According to http://www.mdmm.com/spec.php?productid=160 (check the requirements tab, note that it doesn't work on firefox due to bad coding), it only supports Windows 2000 and Windows XP (even though it doesn't say so, it's likely it's also supported by Windows 98 and Vista) but unless someone made drivers for mac os x, it doesn't look like it'll work.
Try this site first - is excellent:
also might be worth a look is:
they have a lot of useful software/fixes/advice etc.
try me again if you still have no joy, I think you are probably right about the drivers being the problem.
Hope this helps :)