MY LITE ON DVD PLAYER(WRITER) DOES NOT READ DATA DVD'S.HOWEVER SOMETIMES WHEN I RESTART MY PC,IT STARTS READING THE DVD.THE DVD'S ARE HOWEVER READ BY OTHER SONY AND LG DVD READERS.IT HOWEVER READS DVD'S PURCHASED FROM THE MARKET.PLEASE HELP ME WITH WHAT IS TO BE DONE.MY DVD IS AN YEAR OLD.
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Hi,try these steps 1-make sure your DVD drives works properly and read at least 1 data dvd 2-make sure you can play dvd movie in other pc or dvd player to works properly 3-make sure your dvd writer can read dvd technology,read it in the manual(DVD+ DVD- DVD RW or etc) 4-may be you choose the DVD region country in the properties of dvd player and dvd movie is not for your region or country 5-try to play it with another software like power dvd or ... 6-may be you have hardware problem with your dvd writer 7-try restart or re installing windows and update windows and disable the antivirus(not usually works) kind regards
if you have cd writer and dvd rom then change your cd drive with cd/dvd writer because in the case of cd writer and dvd rom it gives error but sometimes the dvd play also but computer freeze from sometime and when we copy data then give us error messages i give you suggest to buy new cd/dvd writer
Please try and use a different brand of DVD discs. DVD disc quality is sometimes an issue with lite-on drives
Also check that you have updated drivers and your media burning software is installed correctly. Again if your using NERO this can be a problem. Try using any other burning software
One other thing to try when recording DVDs set the recording speed to lowest
The DVD has burned incorrectly and the data has likely corrupted somewhat to the point where the DVD player/writer can't read it. You may be able to watch it on your computer with a DVD drive.
Try saving it to your computer, then erasing the disc and trying to record something short to it and play it back - if it plays back, it's likely to have been a recording problem, however, if you get the same problem, it may be a dodgy disc, a faulty DVD player/writer, or a format problem.
Try this, in order left to right.
Copy DVD to PC -> Erase DVD -> Record on DVD from TV -> Play back
If plays back
Erase DVD -> Continue as normal
Buy DVD-RW (emphasis on the minus) -> Try using that
If that works continue as normal, otherwise...
Return the DVD player/writer under warranty for repair/replacement.