Question about Televison & Video
I have recorded and finalized two Verbatim DVD-R discs on my new Toshiba DVR610KU . These were home movies which I transferred from an 8mm camcorder to DVD through two jacks on the front of the unit. They playback fine on the Toshiba recorder, but will not playback on my Daewoo DVD5800 player. It will show occasional "freeze frames" of video and audio. I tried changing my region code from US=1 to All=9 on the Daewoo player, but it didn't help. The player is five years old, but I was told the DVD-R discs would work on older players.
Toshiba customer assistance was unable to help me.
What are the compatible types of DVD's that the Daewoo DVD5800 player is supposed to play? Is DVD-R among the compatible types? Try playing the new recordings on a computer that has a DVD drive, or a friend's computer.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you tryed to use a lens cleaning disc yet. The laser lens on these players and recorders alike, must have the lens cleaned every oince in awhile. If that does not help, most likly you have a bad laser pickup assembly and you will need to replace the plaer as to have that repaiered, you could buy a new unit. Good Luck
Posted on Mar 23, 2007
SOURCE: ILO DVDR05 recorded DVD's freeze
Burn your DVDs at tow positions slower than what the system and discs say. It sounds as if there is a huge amount of error being introduced during the write process. Unfortunately, the old discs can only be recovered with an external program like Zero Assumption Recovery or the like....accordianman
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
From comments posted on the Internet by other Sylvania users with a similar problem, I learned that I had to use a 4X DVD-R (the ones I had been trying to record on were 16X). And I found that Office Depot sells the sometimes hard-to-find 4X format, so that's where I'm headed right after lunch. Thanks.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
SOURCE: FINALIZE RECORDED DVD
Here is the sharp support website. You will need the model number and the above may not be it.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
try playing on computer. if ok copy on hard drive and burn it. if it wont work on your computer. there was an error in the making of the disk..
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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