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Several things can cause a disk not to read. You could have a bad disc, the wrong type of disc, the disc might not be finalized, the laser pickup could be dirty Try cleaning with a disk cleaner Other problems include bad or weak lasers the spindle motor could be bad ,the disk in detect switch could be dirty. The disk may not be loading into the proper position.These are the more common problems
If you have put a dvd disk in your dvd player, and it says "no disc" then try cleaning it with a dvd cleaning disk. It could be that the eye of your dvd player is dirty. You can get a dvd cleaner at any department store.
If you have put a dvd disk in your dvd player and its a home made or "burnt" disk and your player says "no disc", it usually means that the disk is the wrong format to be played on your dvd player. Try another disk.
If you have not put any disk in your dvd player, and it says "no disc" its just telling you that there is no dvd inserted for it to play.
The DVD portable player and the DVD disc came from the same countries?Ur DVD portable player and DVD disc u are using might have the wrong region DVD disc format frequencies.Like PAL frequencies only play Euroupean,Asia,Middle East,Austriala and Africa products.NTSC frequencise play only USA,Canada and Mexico DVD Disc products.
how long have you been using the player? And has it been giving you this type of problem before now?
I think the fault is from the laser (lens) of your player. The lens is very weak such that it cannot read the data or files on a disc, that's why it should disc error, even though it plays some disc but that doesn't mean its not a lens problem.
You need to look for a way to replace the lens for your player so that it can play all discs perfectly well again.
Since the device is new, I suggest that you take it back to the shop, ask for a replacement and check it while in the shop to make sure its working.
This is assuming that you made sure that you're trying to play the correct format discs. Consult the manual on which format DVD's it can support. Its multi-region so that can't be the problem, but its possible that you're trying to play other unsupported formats.
Try also playing other discs - audio discs, DVDs, DIVX etc...
make sure the disc isn't scratched badly.
But the bottom line is you shouldnt have problems on the first day, take it back.