Question about Sylvania DVL100A DVD Player
From comments posted on the Internet by other Sylvania users with a similar problem, I learned that I had to use a 4X DVD-R (the ones I had been trying to record on were 16X). And I found that Office Depot sells the sometimes hard-to-find 4X format, so that's where I'm headed right after lunch. Thanks.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
The DVD-R format was developed by Pioneer in 1997. It is supported by most DVD players, and is approved by the DVD Forum. DVD+R is a later version and not supported by a lot of machines. Swith to -R, should work, I use Nero 9 upgraded from * and have absolutely no problem as long as I use DVD-R discs, lots of problems with DVD+R though. Good Luck!
Posted on May 10, 2009
After getting clarification from Fixya I can pass the links below to you to check yourself
Some players are harder than others to do this but you may want to try here or here
Toshiba's and JVC's are the harder ones to do
I use a Phillips myself as it is not only cheaper but has much more going for it than many of the higher end units. i throw anything at it and it just plays
The older the unit that harder it is to do the region free thing with.
I let my EX have the panasonic (big grin)
If you cant find a fix then look at the codes available for cheaper brands and how easy it is to do it before you purchase one.
Just a thought.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
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