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Xbv442 DVD PLAYER+VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER

WHEN I BURN PHOTOS FROM MY COMPUTER TO DVD-R AND
CD-R-----I TRY TO PLAY THEM BACK ON THE DVD PLAYER, AND
IT TELLS ME ITS READING THEM----THEN IT SAYS CHECK DISK.......
DVD PLAYER WILL NOT PLAY THE DVD'S BACK...PLEASE HELP
xbv442 DVD PLAYER+VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER

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In order for you dvd play to recognize them they have to be coded right and to make photos coded write you need to use a program that makes them into a movie and easy one to use is windows movie maker. and then you can code it to a dvd from another program just look for an dvd burner program and it will most likely code it for you after asking a couple of nessesary questions. hope this helps

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