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Burnt DVD cannot be read

I used the JVC sharestation to burn a DVD using the PowerProducer software. The DVD can be played in my dvd player but when I run the same DVD in the jvc sharestation in my pc, the dvd cannot be read and it prompts the drive is not accessible. Because of this I cannot play it on my pc or make disk copy. what could be the problem?

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Re: Burnt DVD cannot be read

TRY ANOTER DRIVE preferbally and older one

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