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My Apple computer will not play the DVD's that I transferred from VHS. Why?

I purchased a GO Video three years ago and transferred all my Super VHS and VHS tapes to DVD.  I recently purchased a new Apple and find most of the DVD's will not play on my new computer? Is there a setting that will allow me to edit and play these DVD's on the Apple?

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Doubtful. If the drive won't read them, it may just be the brand on disk that is preventing it. Changing software settings won't improve anything if the drive in the computer can't read the disk.

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