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You may be trying to play a DVD with the wrong country code or if you made the DVD on a computer , the DVD is not session closed. If that's the case, you can run the DVD software and close the session. DVD's will play on a computer without closing the session but will never play in any other player.
you need to finalize the disc or "make compatable" or "close session". basically the disc needs to be finished off to be able to play on any dvd player. dvd-r will normally play on any player as it is the standard format dvd discs. dvd+r/rw discs do not need to be finalized, but don't play on all machines.
Hi. Sounds like you are maxing out your recording space on your disc.1:39 sounds like the capacity of a single layer DVD-RW. You can confirm this by putting the disc into a computer and checking the "properties" of the DVD. Go into "My computer" [ldouble click], highlight DVD drive [rightclick] then select "properties"[left click]. the pie chart will show you graphically space remainig on the disc
Sorry David you'll need to get a replacement remote. Not the answer you probably want but that's the only way you're likely to close the sessions, unless someone has written some software that can do this. I had a problem with my funai with unclosed sessions and I had remote but laser needed adjusting
Do not worry about no Finalize Disk option. You may have it under another guise. A recording session can be specofied as open ( Default ), or closed. If closed DATA cannot be appended to the disk. No matter how many sessions have been written, if the last session is closed no more can be written. Your software automatically finalizes each session, in fact must.
have you tried to record in sp then playback on same machine if this works then your drum for recording in lp or if yours has ep mode may need replacing as pre recordings are ok you need to get it serviced.
hope this goes well