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No disc message appears when trying to record video. I am using dvd-r disc. not even sure if that's the right kind? The ram card works great when taking photos but can't seem to get the disc to work. any help would be great. BCM O meu dvd cam hitachi dzmv550a n?£o esta gravando. recomenda cosultar erro 23. O que ser?¡?

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  • poseidon477 Nov 14, 2008

    Preciso de uma solução para o meu camcorder

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DONE SOME RESEARCH ON YOUR PROBLEM AND I THINK IT CAN BE SOLVED BY DOING THE FOLLOWING. SWITCH FROM THE PRESENT DVD-R FORMAT DISC TO EITHER DVD-RW OR THE BEST BET FOR YOUR CAMERA AND FOR VIDEO IS DVD-RAM FORMAT. THE DVD-RAM IS A HIGH CAPACITY FORMAT, UP TO 5.2 GIG AND A RANDOM ACCESS DISC, WHICH MEANS YOU CAN FIND THINGS MUCH FASTER! I THINK THIS SHOULD SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM. IF YOU NEED MORE HELP, REPLY TO: ARCLIGHT1217

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