I recently purchased a dvd player of this kind off of Amazon. My problem is that when I went to play a movie the dvd player didn't recognize that the disc was there. It makes weird scratching noises like it's trying to playthe movie, but all I get on the screen is a "No Disc" message. What can I do to fix this, please?
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Does your DVD player support that version of DVD disk? Not all players will handle DVD-R. Check the manual for compatibility.
Try recording to DVD+R then see if your player will play it.
Also, in what format (.avi, .flv, .mov, etc.) was the item recorded and is your player able to handle that format? Again, check the manual for compatibility.
Tries it with other audio CD,if it have the same problems.Than the DVD player have a dirty laser eye scaner reader.Tries websites like Ebay.com,Amazon.com to buy a DVD player laser eye cleaner kit disc.
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If you bought both copies of the dvd in question from the same place, it could be a bad batch. If the player is playing every other disk you try to play with no problem, then it isn't the dvd player that's causing the current problem.
While this doesn't exactly solve your problem, I hope I've helped you by giving you all of the facts. Please let me know if I can be of any further assistance.
it might be sevral reasons:
1. Check if region code is the same for movies you playing and DVD player
2. If you using video CDs or copyed DVDs, player might be preventing to playback those kind of discs, due to copyright laws or due to different speed settings for DVD player and discks you using (for intsrance you player can playback DVD/CD+R, and you using DVD/CD-R, or mximum allowed playback speed is 16 you using disk recorded at 24, but this is in case you using burned/copied CD/DVDs)
3. Check it lens is durty. For that use CD/DVD lens cleaning disk
($6 in Walmart, if you are in US)
4. Check if movies you are have the same coloring system, i.e NTSC for US
5. Check CD/DVD for scratches, some DVD players can not playback scratched disks
Please kindly let me know if my information was helpfull for you or you need more info
Might be the type of movie - some of them are only able to play "G" ratings. Try this: click <play> 1234 <play> It will likely unlock the dvd that is in and will begin to play. You will have to do the 'code' each time, or there's an unlock program you can purchase.