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Jvc dr-mv100b Player won't record on dvd+r for more than 53 minutes

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Hi,

this is due to the settings of your player.
you should have settings for SP ( Standard Play ) LP ( Long Play ) et,c.
the quality may differ slightly, but you need to refer to your user manual for how to adjust the recording times. also if your dvd supports DL ( dual layer disks ) this will obviously double the recording times.

Mike @ Compurepair.

Posted on Jun 15, 2009

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