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Toshiba dvr19dtkb2 dvd wont play on computer after transfering form video casette

When I record from cassette it will play on another dvd player but not on computer

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The proper codec may not be loaded on your computer. Find the format your DVD recorder uses, Google for a codec for that format. Find a player that supports the code, download and install it onto your computer and then try the DVD.

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