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SOURCE: Toshiba RDXV59DTKB2 HDD/DVD/VCR recorder.

Ok, this is happening due to the fact that the CODEC FORMAT you recorded in doesn't exist on the player you wish to play it on.. you MUST ensure you encode the DVD in a CODEC that every machine will have... When you Burn a DVD the information is Encoded, with a CODEC, the SAME CODEC is required to Play it back, if the Player doesn't have the particular CODEC as standard, then it simply is unable to play the DVD. Look on the DVD Player and check out what CODECs it can handle, then encode your DVD Burns using that CODEC, and you will be able to play it on any compatible player, Usual formats are MPG4, VOB, DiVx,
have a look below to understand what you need to do.
http://www.webopedia.com/quick_ref/Video_Codecs.asp

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did you try to copy to dvd from external source? does it then work? if so might use a cleaning tape for vhs, maybe solves the problem
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