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Finalized disk won't play in other players

I have a RCA DRC8030N and the last few disks I have burned and finalized are not recognized in my other players. Was working fine. Using the same Verbatim DVD+R's as before.

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You might check your burner to see if it is working correctly. If you are using the same media and it worked before, perhaps the burner or the burning software is not working correctly.


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