When i insert the DVD ask me to format and I do it, but when i want to record it says the dvd can not be written because is not in the file support, and is strange because i'm using the same brand and the same VDV+R
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Try changing your DVD regional locale. Some dvd/roms will restrict certain media if the locale is set to some other region than your own. The other thing you can do is update the drivers - - this seems arbitrary and you probably hear that often when asking a techie guru... But it is well justified. Also try different brands of dvdrws. Some dvd roms will restrict +rw - rw. Hope this helps.
Well it seems that your DVD player is having an issue reading the disc, I guess the first question is what kind of disc are you trying to insert? Is it a burned DVD or is it a movie dvd? This model is not a Blu Ray so if you are trying to use a Blu Ray disc then it will not read it. If you are trying to read a burned disc from someone then more then likely the disc was not finalized and is unable to recognize the disc, because the finalization process is where all the the information is written about what kind of disc it is and the format, codecs, etc. OR maybe the laser is dirty or the DVD player has kicked the bucket. Finally, the product DESC says it can read DVD-RAM, DVD-RW, DVD-R, DVD+RW, DVD+R, VHS formats, but I have found that some DVD units do not like certain brands of Blank DVDs. I hope this offers some ideas for you and good luck!
The infamous Red Screen of Desk -- A.K.A. Insert a Format Disc screen.
screen is NOT asking for a disc to FORMAT the PS2. What it IS asking
for is a PS2 or Playstation format [or a better word -- PS2 or
Playstation TYPE disc. A disk with Playstation 1 or Playstation 2 type
software on it -- in other words, a ps1 or ps2 game]. It's basically
asking for a CD or DVD with software that the playstation can play.
This red screen occurs when you insert an XBOX game or a burned/copied
PS2 or PS1 game. What the PS2 is stating is that is cannot play this
format [or type of] disc. It's asking you to insert a format [or type
of] disc that it can recognize and use.
The most common reason
for this screen appearing, if your PS2 does NOT have a mod chip, is a
dirty lens. Try cleaning your lens and this should go away. What
happens is that the lens becomes dirty and does not recognize the disc
you inserted as being a PS2 or PS1 format [or type of] disc. So it's
asking you to insert one. If your PS2 does have a mod chip installed,
it could be a problem with the chip or the disc you burned. I don't
install or sell mod chips, so I can't help you with that one...
Your DVD player does not recognize the format that is put into the disc and so does not read.
When it is put into the PC , it might ask for formatting but is not possible when it is a only read disc.
So check the format you have recorded to be acceptable to the player .
Try a different manufacturer/brand of DVD-recordable disks.
If you still have the problem, then your drive is malfunctioning,
and you need to get a qualified technician to disassemble your computer, and replace it.
Insert an empty DVD + R. The system asks whether to format - Format. Select a recording on the HDD to copy to DVD. Enter Select dubbing with arrows select type of recording to make (XP, SP, EP etc) The system show the duration you can copy to you DVD. If small enough the FAST option also appears. If big copies while playing the orriginal (I.e. playback speed)
Did the sales guy use the same DVD-RW that you did? Maybe the brand you are using is not of good quality and can not be recognized by the recorder. If he did not use the same disc did you notice if he used DVD-RW or DVD+RW? Some DVD-Recorders only recognize one or the other but this is kind of rare these days. I recommend verbatim brand discs. They should be available for sale at any shop. If you want the ultimate in quality DVDs then go with Taiyo Yuden. This Japanese brand invented recordable media and in addition to that they are obsessed with quality. www.supermediastore.com is always where I get my discs.