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I have transferred several video cassettes onto DVD discs (TDK) with good results except two discs, which I have previously viewed okay but now show as "BAD" on my player. Both have only been viewed two or three times and have been handled carefully by their edges. Worried now that additional "good" discs may suddenly show as"BAD" for no apparent reason. Since all other discs are okay, it would seem to point to the discs, not the player. Why? All comments appreciated. Jack B

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I've copied "some dvds that showed bad with a differant software and then played good you could try that idea

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