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OS 10.5 - Computer keeps ejecting DVDs.


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For some reason the computer won't mount some DVDs. I've tried both the superdrive and an external. It just struggles for a minute then ejects.

I first thought it was a problem with the DVDs since I don't have this problem with most DVDs. But there are no scratches and it mounts just fine on my windows machine. Even with the same external drive! It plays just fine in the DVD player.

I'm stumped.
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