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Play back on computer

I have recorded some tv programs and movies on dvd-r disks. I have been trying to watch them or edit them on my computer, but I can not get them to play at all. I get a message they are blank 0 data on disk. My computer is new with an LG dvd CD recorder player in it it is a super multi. I have been looking for a number of players and divx players none have worked.
If you have any ideas for me all will be appreciated.
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Re: Play back on computer

I have put my digital photos through Photo Story3 for windows, via the folder My Pictures on my computer, and burnt it to a dvd.
This is now in wmv format.
My photos have been deleted from my computer.please can you suggest a way of transfering them back to a folder on my computer, or an Sd Card or another memory device


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