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It can be several reasons
1. Disk is upside down
2. Lens is durty. CD/DVD cleaning disk will help
3. Disk is in different formate (for instance NTSC for US but you trying to playback disk in PAL)
4. Disk has different region code (look is the dvd player and disk have the same code, or ALL Regions code)
its the disk not the machine put one of last years disks in and try it
new disks have new formats that older players cant recognize now the corprate industry maken money by selling bogus disks so where you have to upgrade your players which means buy new ones