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iMac - Skipped Damaged Area in DVD Player?


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Hey guys, I was just watching my brand new Sigur Ros DVD when I encountered the problem. I was watching the DVD on the CD-ROM drive when the DVD player actually skipped a supposedly damaged area entirely.

I went online to do some research after that, and the result I found was that it is some software issues with DVD Player, and it can be fixed by using VLC Player. So I tried VLC Player to play the DVD, and even that got faulty after some time.

That was when I decided to try my external CD-ROM drive, and it is working smoothly right now.

Anybody encountered a similar problem?

I am using an iMac by the way.
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