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I have a maganavox dvd recorder/player and vcr recorder/player multipurpose unit. I won't play dvd's made with easy cd/da extractor or roxio? Wondering what might be the problem? Both software programs indicate they are begining the process, performaing the processing, and ending the process. Unfortunately I don;t have another dvd player to try it on except for my computer's cd/dvd - writer/re-writer - player.

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Your player is not made to play these type of dvds *(only store bought ones! prerecorded) you need a player that plays dvd+ and dvd- type disks

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