Question about Panasonic DMRES15 DVD Recorder
Problem started after I had named a blank disk. When I went to record on the disk it made a funny noise (not the normal whirring noise) and said that it had encountered an error on the disk and to power off the machine then power on to recover, I did this but then it said that I could not write to the disk. I put in a new disk and I got the funny noise again and then the "no read" message. I tried three more disks and got the same message. I then inserted a disk that I had recorded and finalized previously and I know to be a good recording but the same thing happened. Please help.
After I record a show then I push stop, it writes it to disc and gets up to 96percent and then fails.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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