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Home burned DVDs won't play in regular players

The DVDs that I have been burning on my laptop will play on my laptop, but when I try to play it in a regluar player it gives an error message. It says that there is no playback feature on the disc. I don't know where to start to correct this. Help! Thanks in advance.

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You need to select the disk as audio disk in the burning application, then select tracks and burn it.

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