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I have a DVD recorder model no. DMR-ES35V. I was in the middle of recording a program onto a DVD when it stopped recording. There was over 3 hours worth of time left on the DVD when it stopped. I went back to restart the program to try again and there were 0:00 minutes left on the DVD. I then tried to finalize what I did have on there and it said that it couldn't finalize. Have I lost the programs that I had already recorded on that disc? Why can't I finalize?

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If you're lucky, just turn your recorder off by unplugging for a few minutes with the disc out, turn it on and insert disc and it might read otherwise your computer dvd-rom/burner might be able to read it with the proper ripping software.

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