>>>>The copy protection never plays a role in playing the DVD only when you try to copy it.<<<<
I am with TCAS on this issue, based on the little info that has been posted. Carefully re-read the above posted by TCAS. My guess is that this error message has nothing to do with the copy protection, or a lack of copy protection. Especially if you are using AnyDVD and CloneDVD. I suspect another problem is at the root of this.
My first guesses (things to examine):
-Is the blank media being used for these burns reliable / high quality? In the world of DVD burning, this is a critical issue. Or, is it some "Grade 3" or "Grade 4" stuff that was a bargain, or the first brand you happened to purchase without any research? Brand recognizability is not a guarantee when it comes to successful burns that will play on most other DVD players.
-Is this blank media of a type which is definitely compatible with the DVD player in your home theater setup? Example, did you use DVD-R discs, when your own DVD player cannot even play these? Or, did you use DVD+R discs, and your own DVD player cannot even play them? The same can be true if you used DVD+RWs, or DVD-RWs, or DVDRam, and your own home player is not able to play the particular type of disc you chose.
Have you tried these burned discs on a few other DVD players, to see if they can play the discs okay? This may help you to narrow this problem to its true source.
-Was the burn a good, solid safe burn? What speed was used when you burned this discs? Were your settings in AnyDVD and Clone DVD set to their original default, or have you made any changes which might have caused the final output to be less than 100% "compliant" (this has nothing to do with copy protection).
-Were any labels stuck onto the DVD? (This can often cause discs to be unplayable on many home DVD players).
First, check these things out.