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I have a go video VR3845. It is rejecting all of my disks as "unknow disk, please check disk again" It will no longer play my dvd movies. I bought the disk cleaner but it rejects that as well. I have read the manual several times now and I can not get it to work. It also won't let me initialize or finalize the disk. Can you help?

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Speak to the manufacurer.

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