My Cyberhome 300 DVD player use to play all kind of DVDs and CDs but now it's not playing any computer burn DVDs or CDs anymore. But it's playing original Movie DVDs. Is there any setting changed? how can i see my homemade DVDs?
many dvd players require that Video DVDs are finalized (session or disc) before they see a disc as playable. you should be able to do this with your burning software. it is usually an option. i use nero and it lets you convert your video to DVD format (MPEG2?), author your DVD, and burn it, finalizing the disc. i have used the freeware combination of dvd flick (to author the dvd -- add menues, set chapters, etc.) and CDBurnerXP to burn the resulting file.
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Its only a DVD player. it can play DVDs and CDs. There is no other input in this DVD which will convert the analoge to digital. You can't use this DVD player to make your tv a digital one. yha its true that you can watch DVDs and CDs through you tv.
I feel for you because I also have the same unit and have been frustrated in the past when I tried different dvd's to play. The conclusion that I have come to is that I only use my cyberhome player to play rented dvd's
Reset you player by doing the following:
With the player on, hooked properly to your television, and on the correct station:
Open the tray
Close the tray (with no DVD inserted)
Hold the stop button down for a full 5 seconds
The CyberHome screen should appear. You should be able to play your dvd's now.
Jeff - If you have not changed your software configuration in any way since the last time you could successfully play a DVD, it could be that the drive has failed. You can test this most easily by taking these DVD's that won't play in your Acer now, and play them in another good computer, or a regular home DVD player. If they play in your other systems/players, you will see right away. And if the machine is that new, you might be able to get it easily fixed under your manfuacturer's warranty.
If you have made any kind of changes to your system software that could affect your dvd burner, that could cause it to not recognize them perhaps, as well. By changes I mean - installing some kind of alternative dvd playing software than what came with your machine, etc. If you did not make any software changes, it is likely a hardware problem.
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You more than likely have a bad power supply. The caps in the output circuit are pretty crappy and are well known for failure.