I never managed to load a DVD created using DVDShrink. That means, they work perfectly in my DVD player, but if I insert them in the DVD unit of my PC it begins to 'try' to load it without doing anything (I hear the DVD-unit 'rolling' with no avail).
are you saying it's not reading? so are you saying if you click on the drive icon in "my computer", doesn't work?
I have a question for you. I'm guessing you have a DVD burner, so this is the question, which drive are you using to read it? If you a DVD rom and are trying to read it and it cannot read it, why not use the burner to read it?
And one final thing,
No, I have TDK DVDs (rather good brand)
You cannot base this on the fact that it works properly on your dvd player, and therefore classify them as "good quality". Your dvd player may be able to read it because it isn't a picky player, but doesn't mean another player may be able to read it. I'm not sure if you know, but discs these days are made by so many manufactures, some TDK's are made by ritek also.
To be certain if the quality is "good", you need to do quality scans either using nero's cd/dvd speed (i think that's what it's called) or if you have a liteon burner, use kprobe. This way u can be sure if you are using quality media. Have a look in the media forum, you may get better answers.....but anyway hope this helps.