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The dvd's and cd's that aren't recognized might not be " finalized". Were they store bought or copied by someone with a dvd/cd burner ? When burning dvd's they need to be finalized so that other dvd players other than the one it was burned on can recognize them. Hope this helps.
Chances are the disk is not finalized. dvd+r and dvd+rw need to be finalized before they can be viewed on any other player than the one they were made on. If you have the instructions to the burner, then it should be easy to learn how to finalize the disc. If not, I would suggest googling the burner and find online instructions.
It is possible that the disks are not finalized. You may need to configure it to auto finalize, which is off by default. It
would be impossible to have more than one title on a disk if you always
auto finalized. Check your manual, and finalize your disks. Many times marginal disks will play OK in the unit they were recorded on, but not so well in other players. The media (disks) could be the problem as well. On a side note, the DR410 will NOT burn DL (dual layer) disks. I hope this helps and good luck.
while u were burnin the disc which format of disc u selected.......if u selected data disc then some of the dvd players will not read those dvds..............u should not select data disc .................instead there r some options to burn the disc....it depends on which version of nero or the cd burner product u use
Check the Player Manual what types of disck it can play There is great diversity o among player makes with what they can do. Also if you have burned this disk it must be Finalized in the burner before any other device can play it.
1.Have you finalized the discs? 2. have you checked the disk type the various players will accommodate not all machine will play all disks - this is particularly the case with CD/DVD - RW's The read appropriate manuals
The last problem is probably because you have not ?finalized? the DVD yet. Basically what that does is modify how the data is stored on the DVD so that a normal DVD player can read it. It also prevents you from modifying or recording to the disk any more so make sure you?re done before performing this.
The part about the freezing is more complex, are these commercially recorded DVDs or something someone else recorded?