My daughter's DVD player is not working. Not sure of brand but has CSIR in kryptic type writing, purchased duty free.
When we put a disc in it the disc spins however the screen stays blank and does not display anything. Have tried most things charging, different discs etc. etc. but screen has nothing on it just blank.
Re: My daughter's DVD player is not working. Not sure of...
Did you try the laser. If the laser is misaligned it will not pick up the necessary information. It could be a case that this might even be broken, if so return it to where you purchased and ask for a replacement. I say this because this was the problem I had recently.
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What DVD's are you using +R/RW -R/RW some formats may not work especially on non-branded media some DVD players wont even play CD-R but will play some CD-RW of the correct brand.
I suggest that you try your finalized DVD in your PC then create an image using ImageBurn then burn the image onto a branded media and try again. Most firmware on DVD burners are very forgiving and will support a wider range of manufacturers and formats.
Hope this helps, you might want to look on your DVD players website for updated firmware you will need a blank CD and create a update disc using your computer.
It sounds like the DVD burner does not have a "write strategy" for the type of disc you are using. This results in the burner and the software having an endless argument about how to go about the burn! You can either use another brand of disc more compatible with your burner or go to the DVD burner's manufacturer's website and check for "Firmware" updates. The firmware is the software within the drive that establishes the write strategy for each type of disc and these are often updated. If you do update the firmware then be sure to read the instructions on the manufacturers website carefully and follow them EXACTLY.
with these types of DVD RECORDER unit ,you have to purchase a specific DVD+RW brand so the system can accepted . I have this problem once , I ended returning the unit and getting a DVD RECORDER that will be compatible for all DVD players . Like the PANASONIC DMR-EZ27 ,hope this info helps you.