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Phillips cdr778 approximately 4 years old, suddenly will not "recognize" an external source to record...please help.

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time to buy new one or upgrade software
new cd/dvd formats came out maken it hard to play record or watch on outdate equipment
they remolded the cd/dvds with a new gloss

Posted on May 13, 2008

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