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Are you sure that you are putting in a blank disc? What happens when you put the disc inside the DVD writer? does it show up as a blank disc? This could be one of the reason for the multi session disc box getting greyed out.
Do you mean that after burning, these disks won't verify? Try using "Imageburn" if you are not already. At least if they burn ok using IB it will serve to condem the disks. Unusal for all disks in a pack to be faulty though.
If the disks do not work on any of the three players they are probably faulty, try buying a spare disk of same kind , or writing a disk from a different pack, it it does work then you bought a box of faulty DVDs, ask a refund. If disk from different box gives same problem when burned on same computer, then there may be a problem with DVD burning software, try doing a system restore to a recent date,
these disc have a compatbility issue with a lot of computers and players reading from the dark recording surface .
the solution is simple use memorex cdr that have a mirror type recording surface on back the more reflective the recording surface the easier the media is to read stay away from dark recording surfaces.