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Cannot play DVD's I burn at home on my PC.

My Sony BD350 plays the older DVD's I have with no problems, but the ones I burn on my PC will not run. The unit I replaced with my Sony, a standard DVD recorder / player, yes recorder, runs them just fine, I would hate to keep them both. the manual does not address this and I cant find any mention on line.
Any help would be great.

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  • hurmanav8 Jan 09, 2009

    This is a brand new unit.

  • chris28797 Jan 14, 2009

    I have the same problem. I get a menu screen but when I press play it says something like, 'Can not play this disk at this time' or something like that.

  • mediabox Feb 03, 2009

    I burned my home video to dvd-r (LG brand) single layer dvd and have the same problem. I use pinnacle studio/nero to burn them and it plays fine with my older sony dvd player.

  • fugu Feb 23, 2009

    Same problem here - just bought S350 and it doesn't play memorex DVD+R movies, which plays fine in standard DVD player.

  • fugu Feb 23, 2009

    run into same problem with this play when using memorex DVD+R burned with dvdshrink3.2....It plays for a while and picture freezes..



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I think I got your solution hurmanav8.  This model BR player will not play .avi files or many others.  You need to first convert to mpeg-2. Best program I have found for this is ConvertXtoDVD.  

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End your burn with close or finalize the disc !

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The older dvd players may not be compatible with dvd-r disks. The newer ones usually will read all dvd formats. Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.

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