Bad disk Message

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by C and A Bredt, Jun 14, 2006.

  1. I have the Pioneer 220 and have been making DVD-R DVDs, finalizing them, and
    playing them on a Sony DVD player. All was well until a few months ago when
    I started getting messages like "Incorrect Disk." It wouldn't play a
    store-bought movie DVD either.I assumed that the player was broken, tossed
    it and got a Toshiba.

    The Toshiba worked fine until yesterday. I tried to play a DVD that it had
    already played OK the day before, but when I turned it on it said "Incorrect
    Disk" and displayed "BAD" on the display in the front. It does the same
    thing on a store-bought movie DVD.

    I have no idea what is going wrong. The DVDs play fine on the Pioneer.

    Warrenty was only 90 days.

    Any ideas?

    C and A Bredt
     
    C and A Bredt, Jun 14, 2006
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