Question about Televison & Video
Two potential causes for this:
1. Your disc is an unreadable format for your DVD player. Does your DVD player play other DVDs? If so, then it's your disc format.
2. The laser in your DVD player is worn out. No solution for this, you'd just need to buy a new one.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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