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Would like to record on Double Layer Disks 8.5 GB

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I've had no problems with this recorder, have had for three years. but I would like to be able to record on DL Disks, 8.5 GB capacity. They will not format. Any solution to this problem, or do I need to purchase another recorder?

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Nope, not possibe.
Buy a new DVR, sorry ;-)

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