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Wont read dvd+r

I burned a dvd movie to a dvd+r and it will not play on my dvd player why

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  • rswope Apr 18, 2009

    my dvd was recoeded on a camcorder samsung mini dvd and wornt play on any of my dvd players or my computer???????

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This is a pretty generic problem with dvd recording on combos. The problem is that after you record to the dvd there is a procedure that is on your menu using your remote to finalize the recording so that it can be read on different players. Otherwise it can only be read on the one you recorded on. Go through your remote control menu options after the recording and look for the option that indicates finalize recording.

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