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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.
Thank you
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  • swatson22 Feb 01, 2008

    what i need to know is how can i play and edit the disk recorded on the dvd on my tv in my computer the driver will not show anything on the disk once inserted in the dvd drive on my computer.

    thank you

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