I'm using the DVD-R122 to record from cable TV. The video will play on a desktop PC but I'm not getting the audio. I don't know if this is a block on the part of Comcast to prevent subscribers from making copies of On Demand movies or not. I previously had Disk Network and was able to make a recording of Portland, Oregon Rose Parade and played it on my computer. So my thought is YES you can play it on your computer.
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hi, toshiba computers commonly used tool is called burnt record now, it works properly, that you get at the start + all programs + sonic + record now, try using this tool, if the fault persists, you should have problems with your unit cd-dvd
What kind of DVDs are you using? Reliable or the cheap ones? Also, remember that the loudly boasted life span of a digital disc refers to readings, not writing and re-writing. Tried to format them in another recorder yet? Oh, and a cleanup on the discs themselves is required. Dust, fingerprints... everything seems to attach itself on a dvd.
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
If it's only a week old, I would take it back to the point of purchase. Most stores will do 30 days on electronics.
System error is a report from within the recorder. Most likely with its flashed software (internal programming)
I went and checked the reviews on this unit, and what you are reporting is very consistant with what other people have said. It runs about 50% works great, the other half had nothing but problems. I've made it a point on any electronics purchase, do as much research on it as needed before buying it. And I usually look for the negative reports first, and what they report was bad about it. It has saved me from a number of headaches.
Heating issue. If you remove the cover and touch the processor chip - you will not be able to keep your finger there for more than a second (that is if your really want to use this crude method to test the temp).
I have taken measurement and its around 50C. Thats a lot for no heatsink or cooling fan.
If you have the unit in a cabinet with no air flow - you will not be able to use this unit for more than 3 months and up to a year. Best to have it on top of a cabinet or in one with an open front and back to allow some airflow - or just anywhere where its in the open.
Samsung has another unit - the AR650, which I believe is discontinued - which for some strange reason has realized this concern. My guess its a whole different team of designers (or at least some folks with some brains) and added a cooling fan into the unit. Its the same exact case and motherboard as the 135, and 155. There are absolutely no issues with it rejecting disc's - even after a year of use for some users.
Solution 1 - Place it in the open
Solution 2 - Remove case and drill holes to the topside
Solution 3 - Remove case and add a fan
Solution 4 - Remove case and add a heatsink over proc (will still need to drill holes over heatsink..
Solution 5 - We can all complain to Samsung and have them recall the units