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It's possible that either the format of the disc or the format of the movie is incompatible with your DVD player. Not all players will play all of the disc formats, those being DVD+R, DVD-R, DVD+RW, DVD-RW. Check to make sure that you have used a format that is compatible with your player; your manual, or even the box the player came in should give you a list of what will work.
The other possibility is the format of the video. If you made an exact copy of a retail DVD it should work as long as the format of the disc is okay. If you used the .avi, .divx. .mkv, format or anything similar, then your player may not be capable of playing it. If you are able to play the video on your computer, but not on your player, then the format may be the issue. Most players capable of playing those types of formats will have the DIVX stamp on the player, usually on the front of the player.
The only other problem may be whether or not you finalized the disc itself. Some players will not play discs that have been left open for more additions.
Hopefully this information will help you to identify your issue. Please let me know if I can supply you with further information.
John~ check formats with dvd player can be found in mannual - then burn dvd to suit mp3 or mp4 would normally work~ you can go to Realplayer.com to get tool to download on pc to this job. also try Divx .com / utorret.com or if you can get a Silvercrest dvd player this can also play pc dvd.in may different formats. Phil
Is there a Divx logo on the player? Does this particular DVD player capable of reading DVD+R disks?
If you used the Divx converter program, there is a way to create a DVD in Divx format with menus. Did you use that particular program? If you didn't, you may have the DVD in a data format and the player can't read it that way.
It sounds electro-mechanical. Meaning it could be a solenoid not engaging one of the mechanical arms, or even one of the plastic mechanical arms could have jumped out of their socket. It doesn't sounds too drastic, however the unit will have to be pulled apart and investigated. thanks ST