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MrApollo

Dvd Won't Play On Home Machine

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It seems like this question has been asked before and the "experts" fall over each other to just ask more questions...

I am using Verbatim DVDs. They are -R. My home machine recognizes -R as I have burned DVDs in the past using other software and my home DVD player plays them just fine. I follow the steps to burn a DVD: 1) Record, edit, save. 2) Import video. I choose a video which was transferred from 8mm using this Roxio software. The burn is completely successfully. I can view the burned disc perfectly on my computer. When the DVD is placed in my home DVD machine, I get an error message that says :"Cannot Play".

Any suggestions please..???

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It seems like this question has been asked before and the "experts" fall over each other to just ask more questions...

 

I have several suggestions, but I'd need to ask questions to narrow the possibilities and I don't want to earn your scorn by asking them.

Sorry.

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I'm also afraid to ask questions so see if you are doing this correctly: Guide. This is for the program where you posted. Now you come back and ask the questions. :unsure:

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Haven't I asked the question? I stated exactly how I burned the disc. I stated that I am using DVDs that my home machine recognizes. I am asking if anyone knows why my home machine doesn't play them and are there any suggestions as to how to burn the disc differently so it can be played on my home machine...

-Than you

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It seems like this question has been asked before and the "experts" fall over each other to just ask more questions...

I am using Verbatim DVDs. They are -R. My home machine recognizes -R as I have burned DVDs in the past using other software and my home DVD player plays them just fine. I follow the steps to burn a DVD: 1) Record, edit, save. 2) Import video. I choose a video which was transferred from 8mm using this Roxio software. The burn is completely successfully. I can view the burned disc perfectly on my computer. When the DVD is placed in my home DVD machine, I get an error message that says :"Cannot Play".

Any suggestions please..???

 

 

Haven't I asked the question? I stated exactly how I burned the disc. I stated that I am using DVDs that my home machine recognizes. I am asking if anyone knows why my home machine doesn't play them and are there any suggestions as to how to burn the disc differently so it can be played on my home machine...

-Than you

 

We can't peek over your shoulder and see what your doing, why we have to ask questions.

 

A recent example, please have a read through it before responding.

 

http://forums.suppor...er/#entry490826

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