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If this is a DVD Recorder, you must be sure that DVD -/+ discs are FINALIZED. The discs you've recorded should also be checked on another DVD player other than the one they were recorded on. If not finalized, they will play nowhere else but the recorder they were recorded on.
Sorry u can't do anythings to the finalize codes,the dvd coppy process,the machine auto finalizing progamming codes belong to that machine done it by itself.Some compannies protect it softwares codes don't share with other in the industries.That why some programming codes copying dvd is finalizing in one machine.Can be used in that machine only or it partners olny.Check,if the dvd can be play in the computer?Buy a DVD coppy software for a computer.Recopy the DVD throught the computer software.The computer softwares have common sharing finalizing codes in the industries.U will be able play it in any DVD players.
Sounds like your computer only reads certain disc's like dvd-r or dvd+r check to see if the burned disc is the same as the original? Second Could be that you really did not finalize? good luck, safety first..
I know with the Go-Video, the DVD disc has to be 'finalized' before it's compatible with other DVD players/computers.
Check your 'set-up' menus while that disc is inserted into your Samsung DVD machine and see about pushing the 'up' arrow, if you have one, to see the contents of the DVD disc...then see if you can toggle to the right to see options for that disc, for instance, the title of it. You might see the 'finalize' option there.
Some DVD players have a protection which keeps you from playing copy writed DVD's even if it's on the DVD-R's. Most of the latest DVD players within the past 3-4yrs have this intergraded into it. In that case, your recorder is really working you just need a DVD player that supports your recorded dvd's vs. non-recorded ones.
Have you also tried to play those DVD's on a media center/system on your pc or computer? That might also help you decipher if it's really the burner or the DVD players as well...
Let us know how it goes. Hope this helps..unfortunately when the DVD player has that prevention already intergraded internally there is no way to remove it..its just how it comes.