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I HAVE A SAMSUNG DVD HR753 WHICH HAS 160 HARD DRIVE

HARD DRIVE WORKS PERFECTLY BUT I CANT GET DVD DISC DRIVE TO WORK WHEN I PUT BLANK DISJK OR RECORDED DVD IN TO WATCH IT WILL NOT LOAD,LOAD MESSAGE APPEARS FOR SEVERAL MINUTES THEN MESSAGE APPEARS THE DISC CANNOT BE PLAYED OR RECORDED PLEASE CHECK THE DISC.I HAVE NOTHING WRONG BRAND NEW DISC

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Make sure you are using the right disk IE, DVD-R or DVD+R. Most Newer DVD player's will play DVD-R but very few play DVD+R

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