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If you normally use this DVD in a computer or laptop to view your training, that may be the problem. DVD players that are used to view movie DVDs must be "finalized" after recoding in order to be playable on non-PC type DVD players.
Unplug the power cord of the Sony Blu-ray player. Plug the power cord back in. Turn on the Sony Blu-ray player. Turn on the TV to which the Sony Blu-ray player is attached. Wait for the "No Disc" text to appear on the front of the Sony's LCD display and on the TV's screen.
Press the "Eject" button on the remote control. Wait for the disc tray to eject itself from the front of the Sony Blu-ray player.
Press the "Disc Info" button on the remote control. Look for a number to appear on one of the upper corners of the screen of the TV.
Press the "Disc Info" button repeatedly until the number "9" appears on the TV's screen. This number indicates that the Sony Blu-ray player is now set for "multi-region" and will play any Blu-ray disc that is commercially made.
Turn the Sony Blu-ray player off using the remote control. Turn the Sony Blu-ray player back on using the remote control. Press the "Eject" button on the remote control to close the disc tray. Turn the Sony Blu-ray player off using the remote control.
I'm sorry to inform you that the Blu-ray player requires the remote to playback the blu-ray movies. You can playback normal DVD video disc which has auto play option.
In order to go though the Menu items before start playing a Blu-ray DVD. Hence Remote is must..
Thanks for understanding..
As for me, i all through use Daniusoft video converter suite to convert various videos even Movie DVDs or HD videos to sony walkman-friendly format, and then put them to my Sony Walkman Video NWZ-S616F MP3 Player for watching ...
This is the unfortunate thing with copying DVD's. Unfortunately when a DVD is copied only certail players will play it back. I can burn a disk on my laptop and it will play fine in the laptop and on my Sony DVD player, but my Samsung will not read it. This is why when you burn DVD's it's important to find a brand that is read by numerous DVD players. Try using the Sony disks.
I can view channels but cannot view a DVD from the TV/DVD Disney Princess Combo. Only see static on the screen with no sound. I wonder if I need to change the input select to view a movie but cannot find a button on the TV or remote control. I have a 6 button remote which I am sure operates the DVD and another remote with 39 buttons I thought would operate the player as well as the TV. However, so far only the player functions from it. The buttons only have small pictures without words which sometimes leaves some question about purpose. This is a second hand unit. I do not have a manual. It did play movies at first. I think the trouble may have started when I programed cable channels. Any help will be greatly appreciated
You have provided incomplete information.
What do you mean by 'dvd player works'?
Do you mean you are able to view the DVD movies on the TV? Or does it mean that there is power and various lights and indicators on the DVD player?If you are unable to see picture - both while viewing DVDs and also Broadcast channels, then there is a major problem with the TV.Get a professional to have a look, then.
But if you are able to view DVD movies, but unable to view broadcast channels, then it is a simple problem of input selection. In this case just select the TV/Video or TV/AV button on your remote, if there is such a button. If no, then use the menu and scroll for input, and then select Tuner.
First clearly state what your problem is. Only then we can give you better advice.