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Originally posted by ArMaP
reply to post by JKF1897
That has happened to me on some occasions, mostly with DVDs I had recorded on my own computer. Unfortunately, I don't have a solution to that problem, although, sometimes, changing to a different DVD and then back to the one I want to read works.
PS: do you have any CD/DVD emulator, like Virtual Clone Drive or MagicISO?
Originally posted by _BoneZ_
Do you have any other DVD players you can try that DVD in? If not, maybe a friend's house? If that DVD drive in your computer is a few years old, it may just either need to be cleaned or could be on its way out.
First thing to do is test the DVD out on another/couple DVD players to make sure the DVD itself works.