There are a number of possible reasons for a DVD not to play on a DVD player. In an effort to reduce piracy, DVDs and DVD players are designed for a group of large geographical zones, and a DVD intended for the European zone will not play on an American DVD player. Aside from that, the DVD could be damaged, or the DVD player could be damaged. Or not plugged in.
To play a HD DVD you need a HD DVD player. A standard DVD player will not play a HD DVD, nor will a Blu-ray player. HDMI is just a connection: it won't give your standard DVD player superpowers.
No, But you can play a CD in a DVD player.
The type of DVD player that can play any DVD from across the world would be a region free DVD player. The best place to get one would be through Amazon.
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dvd play but not play vcd
No you can play normal DVD's but the picture would be alot better if you did buy HD DVD's.
YES, you can play the ripped DVD in you DVD player. Because the DVD can be read, can't be write.
can you play burned DVD on a bluray player
A regular DVD player will not play HD DVD discs. You will need an HD DVD player to use these DVDs.
The scratch has damaged the information encoded on the disc.
You cannot play a DVD on a CD player. You can play (most) CDs on a DVD player, depending on the player's software/configuration.
depends on the DVD player