Question about Televison & Video
Even if a recorder is supposed to work fine on both +R, -R etc. , often
you find out, that due to error correction methor, a device worksd well
on one or the other type.
I often get troubles with many DVD low price brands, try testing some good ones like Verbatim, TDK, Sony , Philips etc.
Hope this had been helpful, test both a good brand DVD-R and a Good brand DVD+R.
If it still has problems when finalizing the CD, then it can be the usual lens problem, in this case try using a lens cleaner.
Or the DVD you are writing is too big in size and your player has problem on the final phase of DVD writing. If Data nearly takes all the 4.7 Gb allowed, there won't be enough space to finalize the DVD.
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
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