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I have created a dvd but it as failed to finalise so it wont play in my player how do i finalise please

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You can't finalize it once you have aborted the burning operation

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Hi, Somewhere in your windows dvd maker there should be an option for you to "Finalise" the disc, or it should do it automatically.
The other problem you may have is the disc is finalised but your player under the tv does'nt play "dvd+r" some only play + or -.
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This is almost always a laser problem within the recorder. The recorder can write the disc but needs to write the TOC (table of contents) and can't do it (That's finalising). On occasion, the make of the DVD-r or DVD+r (they are different!) can fail to work on some machines. Try a different make of disc.

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I burned DVD+RW discs on PC but can't play on Samsung SV-DVD440 ? can play on other DVD-player, please help !!


Assuming you did create a menu/title for the DVD+RW, and it works in other players (without the need to finalise), your Samsung DVD unit probably does NOT support this format.

In short, it would be a limitation with this model unit; not a fault with either your discs or the device itself. If it accepts finalised DVD-R as well as shop-bought DVD movies, go with those.

According to the manual, this unit supports limited DVD formats for playback.

DVD+RW (depending on the writing software used) burned on a PC is generally not finalised which means you should be able to erase and re-write to the same disc and/or copy it to a DVD-R and then try the copy in the Samsung.

The (small) bonus here is that it didn't cost you anything to ask, and it won't cost you anything in terms of repairs - AND you do not need a new player at this point.

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I can watch rented or purchased movies on dvd but when i try to load a blank verbatim dvd-r to record a show on tv the player says load for about 4 minutes before it spits out the disc and says it cannot...


When the discs are recorded are they being "finalised" before you use them?

Finalising means that no more data can be added to the disc but also ensures that it should play on most DVD players. Unfinalised discs are often only playable on either the DVD recorder which created them or on computer DVD drives.

Your machine is supposed to be compatible with DVD-R but sometimes machines are picky about which brand of disc they work best with. You'll also generally find that DVD+R is more widely compatible than DVD-R but that really shouldn't be an issue on a modern machine like yours.

If this answers your problem then please rate my answer, if not then please add a comment and I'll try my best to offer other suggestions.

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When I record a dvd on my vr375 it will not play on my DSE dvd player .I am useing a Sony -RW DVD


before the disc will play on other players, you need to "finalise" the disc. Finalisation ensures compatibility with other devices. Go into the "Setup" menu, and look for "Disk Manager", there will be a finalise option. select the option, and after approx. 3mins the disc will play on other players.

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Hey,
Maybe the format of your recorded movie didnt support your player..check out your manual for the supported formats and check the format of your recorded movie.If any of the format in the manual matches your movie format then it will definitely play..
please rate my suggestion..

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you have to finalise the disc when finished recording then it plays on any dvd player

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I guess the DVD player that you are using is incompatible of playing DVD -R
Please check if it can.
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When you burn your DVD the disc has to go thru a FINALIISATION process before it can be used on other DVD players. Sounds like either your recorder hasn't run the finalisation or it doesnt do one, in which case your DVD's wont work on another player. Check thru your menu's for a FINALISATION option and make sure you run it.
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