When it is playing a DVD (burned at home or from the shop), after a while it begins to show "big square pixels" in the screen, and the image is stopping, similar to reading problem, but the same section of the film can be read well in another time, and other track well read before becomes "difficult". I know sometimes DVDs from video shops are rather scratched, but I burn some using Elaborate Bytes software and they are well read in other players but mine.
I had disassembled the unit and cleaned the lens whith pressured air and lubricated the rods where lense moves. Sometimes it helped.
I think it is a heat problem of some component. The unit is not covered, but its own cover has not any area to dissipate heat properly.
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You probably have burnt the dvd disc using a video format that is not compatible with your player.
A lot of DVD players will not play .AVI or DIVx files that are commonly downloaded.
Your DVD player manual should list the formats it will play.
Convert downloaded movies to a compatible format before burning to disc.
There are several conversion programmes available via the web - at a cost of approx $50.00.
AVS4U works ok.
I have an upconverting 1080p extended detail DVD player.
I just started showing squares on the screen as the previews and movie plays but shows FBI warning etc OK.Is the player ready for the "heep"? I just had it cleaned.
i have begun having a problem with my
4-5 year old bose 321 system. sometimes
dvd's burned on my computer will not play
on my bose 321 system. sometimes they
will. what's up with this? it's not a bad media
problem. i've narrowed it to the player. sometimes
i'll play a computer burned dvd on the bose and
it will play fine. next time i try to play it it won't
thank you in advance
Make sure the DVD has been finalised. When you finalise a DVD the recorder puts all the disc content information at the start of the disc so that any device you put it into can find out what is on the disc without scanning through 4.7 Gigs of data, (which would take so long it would drive people mad everytime they put a disc into anything). Because the table has not been written the PC cannot see what is on the Disc. Another possible answer: some makes, Orion for one have a Virtual Record mode that it was not possible to play in any other device. And Orion do make products for Goodmans. Most likely the first answer though.