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a signature to use. :) Pauly8th May 2002, 11:09I too have a Sony 7700 and have experanced the C:13:00 error and actually bought a new Pioneer 545 which plays all discs This is the very reason I indicated that go ahead and use at your own risk. 8) Anyhow, just to report back to anyone wondering if the player is working or Which of these "tactical breaks" may be the next that come to fruition? Looking to buy a receiver but need the speakers to stay on while headphones are plugged in, is that possible? http://phabletkeyboards.com/sony-dvd/sony-dvd-error-c-13-70.php

Depending on what you are doing depends on where your links need to point. Bottom line, the Playstation 3 will not let you down, and it's the cheapest Blu-Ray Player on the market today, with many more features than just a movie player. why not. p.s. http://floggingenglish.com/blatherings/how-to-fix-your-ailing-sony-dvd-player/

Sony Dvd Player Error Code C:13:70

I tried your adjustment advice, as you posted on Nov. 18. 2002 but it doesnot work out for me. Earlier only DVD+RW were accepted by the device, or very seldom a DVD+R. Thanks in Advance!:) TRILIGHT7th May 2002, 04:10Sounds like you have a Sony DVD player and if it's an older one, it won't play a DVDRW at all.

My project has one Video (M2V) and one Audio (AC3) beneath VTS->Title 1 with nothing else added. Movie won't play and no controls will make it do anything else. Trending Is the sound from an all-in-one hi-fi/micro system inferior to one with separate speakers? 6 answers What is an affordable passive subwoofer amplifier (home use)? 6 answers VCR push power Doom9's Forum > (HD) DVD, Blu-ray & (S)VCD > (HD) DVD & Blu-ray authoring > C : 13 : 00 (error on Set-Top DVD Player) & Linking PDA View Full Version

I was running disk speed on it and Nero wouldn't read it. Sony Dvd Player Diagnostic Menu Video should be smaller than 600mb/5 minutes Photo should be smaller than 5mb Video should be smaller than 600mb/5 minutesPhoto should be smaller than 5mb Related Questions What kind of DVD It recognizes the disc as DVD, lights it up and the returns the C:13:00 error which is Sony's cryptic way of saying "You have bad or dirty disc! https://answers.yahoo.com/question/?qid=20070411194337AAxwnFx Having got the full service manual for this series and knowing of the existence of service discs manufactured to precise tolerances, I would strongly advise against anyone else trying this in

And now it is time to try to author some VCD, so far I have been unsuccessful with them and the Sony. John Wilson Film God Posts: 5424 From: Sydney, Australia. Therefore, the Sony C:13:00 Dirty Disk Error is misleading since it has nothing to do with a dirty disc.If you then look at the created disc using Nero Info Tool 6, I burned a DVD-RW with Scenarist and I pop it in my DVD player and I get this C : 13 : 00 thingy on the LCD Display and the DVD

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Try planning around using only one PGC. http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=863540 so good luck with your newly modified player. Sony Dvd Player Error Code C:13:70 How do I get home theatre to play Xbox and Tv sound? Sony Dvd Player Error Codes http://www.cdsaver.com/ http://www.amazon.com/DVD-And-CD-Scratch-Remover/dp/B000BSHGPI http://www.amazon.com/DVD-And-CD-Scratch-Remover/dp/B000BSHGPI#moreAboutThisProduct Thinkenstein · 10 years ago 0 Thumbs up 0 Thumbs down Comment Add a comment Submit · just now Report Abuse I would get a Playstation 3, even

Try planning around using only one PGC. http://phabletkeyboards.com/sony-dvd/sony-dvd-error-c-13-00.php I'd really really appreciate it!:) Here are the Uploaded Screen Shots (http://www.geocities.com/superduperdvd/page1.html) itm2uk10th May 2002, 12:09You need add the menus to the language folders of the VMG and VTS. It's a nice unit. If cleaning and scratch removing remedies do not work and the disc is a rental you may want to bring it back to the store for another. How To Clean Dvd

And also how do you set the menu to be set as chapter type? Deepa DvD10th May 2002, 00:31Can you guys help me out.I'd really really appreciate it!:) I don't know what I am doing wrong.I am attaching these screen shots of my project in The C:13:00 Dirty Disk Error has nothing to do with a dirty disc, but rather with what Nero 9 Burning Rom recorded onto the disc. http://phabletkeyboards.com/sony-dvd/sony-dvd-error-c-13.php Usually changing the media you are recording on is in order, not messing around with the internal settings.

I can link to tiles.But I want to know how I can link to chapter2 or 3 from a menu. Yes No Sorry, something has gone wrong. itm2uk9th May 2002, 11:17Does anybody have any clues why my set-top box does not show the time when playing back a MiniDVD authored in Scenarist.

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It just had some dust on it because I don't put it back into the jewel case after each use. These discs play fine on three different standalone Players, so itīs not a matter of bad media or bad authoring. No play for you!" hehe :) Damn, I really shouldn't drink and do this stuff. "Friends don't let friends author DVD's drunk! ;)" hmm... Just on a hunch, I ran my fingers around the circumference of the disk and then Nero recognized it.

Forum Hardware DVD & Blu-ray Players Sony 725 - Weird problem with "no disc" or C:13:00 + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 6 of 6 Sony 725 - Weird problem Deepa DvD10th May 2002, 23:16itm2uk-Thanks bro!:) i really really appreciate it! It is nice to have some kind of "scratch remover" handy for those frustrating times you get the C:13:00 in the middle of a movie. More about the author It plays DVDs, Blu-Ray, and it's made by Sony which might interact with the Sony TV quite nicely, as well as aesthetically match the TV's bezel.

Sequoyan8th May 2002, 05:32Two answers that may help: 1) Try putting all of your menus in a language folder under the VTS. Johnson Jedi Master Film Handler Posts: 799 From: Cleveland, Ohio, USA Registered: Apr 2000 posted 12-12-2009 04:17 PM My Sony DVP-S7700 uses the vBulletin v3.8.9, Copyright ©2000-2016, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. But FYI it is possible to get the Sony to play DVD-Rs correctly it is just very fussy about authouring errors which the Pioneer appears to ignore and it is also

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It would be very helpful for me, if you could send me your values. If you don't want menus then first play should be to Title_1 in VTS 1. All rights reserved. Thanks In Advance!!! :) itm2uk13th May 2002, 23:01The menu under the VMG is the root menu (i.e.

The posts made here are for educational as well as entertainment purposes and as such anyone viewing this portion of the website must accept these views as statements of the author Quote 24th Jan 200304:12 #3 pnykanen View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Nov 2002 I read the manual, and I know what the C:13:00 means. Anyhow, I agree with Your advice. The time now is 00:06.

The total was around 235MB (only about 10 mins.) Could that be a problem why the DVD Player doesen't play the DVD? The C:13:00 error code is indeed listed as "disc dirty", but more generally means the player had trouble reading the disc. This is the default. Add your answer Source Submit Cancel Report Abuse I think this question violates the Community Guidelines Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members,show more I think this question violates

However if you're making your own DVD's, expect this to mean a media incompatibilty problem or missing / corrupted file structures down to poor authoring. Blu-Ray won the Blu-Ray/HD-DVD battle.