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My go video dvr4400 does not play homemade dvd's

My "GO" was bought feb, 2003, manual does not say if I need to use a certain speed to record a dvd. I've tried to use a Memorex 16x, 4.7GB, 120min, When I try to play it, it comes back with an error message.

Since it is 5 yrs old, would a slower speed work? I could use any help you can give me.

Thanks,
Carolee

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  • cleem2002 Nov 20, 2008

    I've been using Memorex DVD-R 16x, 4.7GB, 120min.



    Carolee

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Usually it isn't the speed of the homemade DVD but the type. DVDs come in four different formats:

DVD+R
DVD-R
DVD+RW
DVD-RW

Some DVD players will play all formats and some don't. Your manual should tell you. Do you know what formats are available for playback on your Go video?

Posted on Nov 20, 2008

  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock Nov 20, 2008

    Is that format compatible for playback on your dvd player?

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