If you know what an error code means, it can be immensely helpful in diagnosing the problem with your project. Below are some of the more common error codes found on the Xbox HD DVD add on and their potential cause. There is a similar post for Toshiba player error codes. Note: the contents of this post may change overtime.
Note to Consumers: This blog is targeted at content authors who create all those cool applications for HD DVD and might possibly encounter these errors during development. Of course the hope is that you never see these errors, but if you're reading this, that probably isn't the case. Should you receive an error on your HD DVD player, I would recommend the following:
Playlist is referencing a resource that does not exist or with a size attribute that is too small
Script is throwing an exception that is unhandled. Make sure to use try-catch blocks in your script.
Script is missing a semicolon - run the validator on your project
THERE WAS A PROBLEM WITH LICENSING FOR THIS CONTENT
There could be a legitimate problem with the licensing on your content. Or, this could be a result of the player has run out of memory due to a memory leak. Check your code for possible memory leaks, particularly those resulting from closures and circular references with timers and HTTPClients.
CANNOT READ DISC
Bad connection: Try playing a DVD or using a different USB cableBad disc: Try playing a different HD DVDhttp://support.microsoft.com/kb/927407/en-us
Additional Xbox HD DVD add-on support can be found at:
Trouble shooting tips from Andy PennellSpecific movie issuesCannot read disc, but no error codeHow to use the Xbox HD DVD add-onModifyting network settings
If you know what an error code means, it can be immensely helpful in diagnosing the problem with your