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FINALIZING I'm confused. So it doesn't highlight white so i can't finalize it. People are saying "plug it in" -Do i plug it in a charger to finalize? -can i finalize it when there are no videos on there? -can i finalize when there are videos on there? PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE HELP ME

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The battery might not have enough power to finalize the disc, when you plug in the charger you can go to Disc Operations and Finalize.

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