Certain DVD's that I play give an error message Cannot Play, is there a way to chage the format of the player so as they play,
A friend mentioned that the format can be changed to multi function or multi media, but there is a code that is required
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some older dvd players dont play dvdrs very well, but most wont play dvd in pal format only ntsc some movies are recorded in pal, you can change format if you are using nero on the last stage wher you click burn choose ntsc
Im assuming your talking about the Philips DVD 622. You cannot play any video files unless they are burned to a CD or DVD in the standard DVD format. It can play certain audio formats but cannot play different video formats.
Are you loading to play or to record? Commercial DVDs should play. DVDs for recording may not be recognized by your drive. First make sure that the disc is blank. You must insert a blank disc of the proper format: DVD-R or RW, DVD+R or RW. Even with the proper format, some brands may not behave the same way as other brands.
Check the Player Manual what types of disck it can play There is great diversity o among player makes with what they can do. Also if you have burned this disk it must be Finalized in the burner before any other device can play it.
In the back side of your equipment mentioned that the regeion code.please check read the region code and try to play the same region dvd cd's.other cd's not possible to play with out chaging region code.you can contact the nearest service provider to chage the region.
dvd players play only certain kinds of discs and formats. Older ones played -R's, most newer ones play everything. You have to look in manual, or on box before you buy player. If it won't play -R,+R, -RW,and +RW's I pass it by. Find out if your player is limited to certain discs. Some will play VCD and some will not. Some will play DIVX and some will not etc. Stick to the discs and formats your particular player is compatible with.