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Panasonic VDR-D50P camcorder says all disk are incompatable

I have a Panasonic VDR-D50P that says every disk I put in it is incompatable, including allof the ones I had already made recordings on over the past few months. I am using the proper disks and they woked fine before now. All of a sudden it doesn´t seem to read any disk properly.

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  • JKSimpson Feb 01, 2009

    Same problem. CamCOrder is suddenly reading all disks as incompatible.

  • Anonymous May 19, 2009

    no help. never buy another one! same problem incompatibilities with dics after a while. same dics that played before but now it says incompatible!!!!

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SOURCE: Camcorder Problem

You need to do formatting on the disc when using it for the first time. Remember, formatting needs to be done by camcorder. If you used the disc before and formatted it on different machine - it won't work.

Posted on Nov 16, 2007

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SOURCE: Panasonic DVD Recorder

We need to narrow down where the problem lies. Even without finalizing the disc, you should be able to play back the recording. Can you do this? If you can play back the recording, the problem exists in the finalization stage and we'll need to concentrate there. Pplease update this and we'll proceed to the next step.

Thanks,
Dan

Posted on Sep 08, 2008

pogiboi
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SOURCE: "NO READ" on Panasonic DMR-EZ27 DVD Recorder

good day 2 you,, ,, i have some little advice on you,,

just open the top cover of your player and check the RIBBON WIRE of the LENS/EYE part then clean theGOLD FINGER/LINES
and get some clean cotton buds and a lighter fluid 2 clean the lens,,,,,ok,,

PS. dont use cd cleaner fluids,,, that wont clean, , , , , ,just lighter fluid ok!!!

GODBLESS U

Posted on Sep 22, 2008

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SOURCE: On my DMR-ES35 Panasonic after perfect operation for 18 months, I'm getting a NO READ message, on disks already recorded on this unit,and several new disks of different makes. The main sympton now is

Same problem. "NoREAD" after about 15 months of moderate usage. Cleaned laser eye thoroughly. Solution is a class action lawsuit against Panasonic.

Posted on Nov 08, 2008

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SOURCE: INCOMPATIBLE DISC

Good news.. you should be able to put the disc back in to the device that you recorded in on... and go to the menu to do the finalize... in fact, you may be able to add more to you disc prior to the finalize process if you want...
once it's finalized you should be able to view on other equipment... your files should all be there as well.

Let me know how you do!

Posted on May 26, 2009

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