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DVD Player I am trying to play a DVD that was made at my nephew's wedding. When I put the disc in and it says loading, it then says "disc error". Now cable company says some home made DVD's are not compatible with certain DVD players. Does anyone have any ideas what I can do. Someone said I need an MP3 adapter yet this Emerson has MP3. Any help would be appreciated.

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  • derbybuche Jul 06, 2008

    I am having the same problem when I try to play my CD-R's that have pictures burned on them. I have just learned that the manual states that this DVD Player / VCR combo will only play DVD Videos. The outside of the box lists all the dfferent CD's, DVD's, MP3's etc as playable. Is there some kind of adapator or something that we can purchase to attach to the combo so we will be able to see our CD'-Rs and the DVD's?

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Try re-recording the dvd to the other dvd format. ie if it's on a DVD-R record it to a DVD+R also here is the number to Funai, they make Emerson, they may know more 1-800-256-2487. Hope this helps.

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