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Remove the program from the system and reload it, would be your best bet to get this working again...accordianman

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A DVD OF HARRY POTTER SERIES GIVES ME REG ERROR. CANT RUN THE DVD.


You are getting a region code error. You should return the DVD and get one that is formatted for your region.
You can change the region code on your DVD player, but I advise against doing that. You are limited by built-in piracy protection to changing your region code only three times, and then your DVD player will be permanently disabled.
An alternative is to download "DVD Shrink" to your PC (if you have a DVD burner in your PC) and it will convert most DVD's to "region 0" which will work everywhere. The trade-off is some loss of quality. DVD Shrink is available for free and you can google to find a website that has it.

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I get the error message that it is a protected source that I am trying to copy but it is a dvd that I purchased and I want to make a backup copy to keep. How can I record?


You can't, at least not legally - you are not allowed to copy your own disks, even for backup. But you can take a look here...
http://www.softpedia.com/get/CD-DVD-Tools/CD-DVD-Rip-Other-Tools/DVD-Shrink.shtml

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its possible the laser has died, if so, it may be easier to just replace the lot.

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Dear stds ~ My DVD Recorder Keeps Opening & Closeing The Tray A Gives An Error Message Saying ~ Repair Has Failed ~
DVD Recorder ~ DMR ES46V Panasonic ~
Error Message ~ U61 !
If Possible To Resolve ~
Please Do !
Before I Buy A New One !
Please Respond ASAP To ~ glvw@nyc.rr.com
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i would say for some reason your dvd player is not compatible from now on with that brand of blank dvd!


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