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I have a Philips DVD recorder player 3475. Recorded video from TIVO and cannot see it on Vaio SZ640. The message says that the video has an extension that Windows Media and Quicktime do not recognize

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  • nvaschetto Nov 13, 2009

    I recorded pressed stop-eject and later attempted to play it on the Vaio. Don't know how to "finalize" the DVD. Can you tell me how to do it?

  • Bill Schilz
    Bill Schilz May 11, 2010

    Did you "finalize" the DVD in the Philips DVD recorder before using in the Vaio?

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In the SetUp or Disc menu (depends on what it is called on your remote) go in and look for Disc Edit/CD(DVD)Playback and then finalize.
Choose to finalize the disc and it will close the session so nothing further can be written to the disc, thus making it playable on other DVD players.

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This is problem exactly with finalizing for finalizing after disk burning You need to press stop button and finalising menu will appear in your display at that time you need to press Record button top finalize it will take a little time for finalizing then your DVD will play fine in all DVD players

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