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I have a Philips DVD recorder player 3475.
In the SetUp or Disc menu (depends on what it is called on your remote) go in and look for Disc Edit/CD(DVD)Playback and then finalize.
Choose to finalize the disc and it will close the session so nothing further can be written to the disc, thus making it playable on other DVD players.
on Nov 13, 2009
Can't play dvd in my sony vaio laptop
The Vaio / Sony combo DVD drives are renowned to be some of the worst on the market. Sony puts the cheapest cr*p in their laptop and it should be no surprise that after a couple of reads (10+) and writes (10+), your combo drive will be as good as junk... dead weight in your laptop. You'll also hear strange repetitive noises coming from it. I have 3 solutions:
1) Go to the Vaio support site, type your model number to get its page and search DVD upgrade firmware. This should 2 files. One is a .bin and the other is an executable to flash the drive with that .bin file. If the problem still persists then bad news.
2) Buy a USB2 external combo drive. This should be real cheap nowadays.
3) Check impactcomputers for a replacement internal drive. Prices have come down but still quite pricey.
Also if you can let those f*cks at Vaio know what you had to go through, that'd be great.
on Nov 04, 2009
Whenever i try to play
There may be another program that is loading thet uses the overlays.
Programs such as pcanywhere or netmeeting in my experience cause this error.
I know that you could try this fix for netmeeting.
Open netmeeting, goto tools, options, then the video tab.
Uncheck the box "Automatically recieve video at the start of each call" Then
Close netmeeting and then repeat those steps but this time put in a check
Then try again.
This has worked for me in the past. Otherwise you might have another
application that is causing this, or possibly it could just be a bad video
driver, in which case you would have to install the latest video driver from
the manufacurer of your computer or your video card.
Hope that helps.
on Sep 16, 2009
you will need to download a code package. If you are using XP, do a search for XP codec pack, if Vista, then Vista codec pack
on Jul 10, 2009
Message: winaspi32.dll What do I do to repair
This is a .dll problem preventing an application to work, you can fix this particular problem by reinstalling the dll, i suggest you read all the relevant information concerning installing the dll first >>>>>
on Jun 27, 2009
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