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I have burned a few CDRW's for my Sanyo DWM395 and every one says the same thing "No Play" any suggestions? I am trying to burn a slideshow with a mp3. Thanks

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Check format before burning.

Posted on Jul 17, 2009

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    Shahab Naqvi Jul 17, 2009

    Check format before burning.

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Some players are picky with certain cdrw/dvdrw discs. You might have to experiment with different brands/types for your discs. I used to have a cd player (teac) which would just refuse certain brands cd-r discs but play others just fine. I know it sounds odd, but once I noticed which ones work and which ones don't I never looked back.
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