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Dvds and cd's have new format out now for anti piracy you have to go out and buy new dvd drive 8 months ago bought a dvd player not just a month ago found out they changed the formats on dvd's and cd's this cant be changed or modified
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1: Get a movie and some popcorn.
2: Make sure the DVD player and the tv are turned on.
3: Push the button on either the front of the player or on the remote to open the player door to load the disc.
4. Put the disc on the tray that pops out
5. Push the same button pushed previously to close the door
6. Enjoy the movie
Normally it should start when you close the DVD door and it completes reading it.
It sounds as if yours does not so we need to try something else.
Find windows media player. Open it and see if it can read the DVD. Let me know the results.
You are not using a properly encoded dvd. read the user manual and when encoding your own divx file (only trouble free guarantee) you MUST stay within the specs. you must use the following:
1. proper DivX Version, XviD Isn't a guarentee to work 2. Must stay within proper bitrate resolutionwhen and frames per second when encoding and make sure you stick to PAL or NTSC settings whichever your country or player used or was bought in. 3. use mp3 2 channel audio with proper bitrates and sample rate should be 41,000k or 48,000k or 96,000k if you do your research and stick to these steps you'll be on your way to encoding your own videos and TV shows in no time and with little effort.
audio supported for listening to music is MP3 WMA & AAC (Which should be in the form of .m4a)
Today with HD High Definition TV these kind of problems appears because the new dvd players have more video resolution options, so, for playing all variety of dvd, and home done dvs,s (like family movies on dvd) you need set up your resolution video on your DVD player at 480i or 480p option, not higher because some DVD movies (mainly oldies) have lower resolution than newer , for example new movies on HD format have 1080 P resolution, and if you have this option chosen in your DVD player you only can see this kind of videos, on the other hand if you have chosen 480i or 480 p on your dvd player , you can play all dvd formats including home movies made with any movie software, in this way you can play dvd-r and +r movies and of cours you can play HD movies also.So put some dvd where your dvd player works well (you need see the dvd menu in the tv screen), then press stop. Then press setup in your remote control, go to video resolution and choose 480 I or 480p, then press ok AND ENJOY THE MOVIE. Smart techniques
cd/dvd drives are cheep, I would suggest in device manager uninstall device driver and re-install them with scan for new hardware. If thats not working goto ebay and get a cd/rw dvd reader try to pay a max of $20.00 you should find many in that price range.. and when re-installing make sure the jumper is set to the same as the one you currently have..
In the program temp file path has enough space and Your drive should indicate (written on the front the drive door) a -R or +R make sure you are using -R or +R DVDs. also make sure you finished product does NOT EXCEED the capacity of the given media. They all hold diferent amounts. Multi layer discs, DUAL layer, High capicity.... Which should also be indicated on the drive door!!!! Hope this helps
Is it not reading the disk or not playing DVD movies? If you put a DVD data disk and it reads, then the drive is fine. If it just wont play movies, youre missing a DVD decoder (such as PowerDVD). Try testing other DVD disks and post your findings.