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Sansui DVD Recorder Model HDR 120GB

How do I finalize a disk after coping to DVD so that it can be watched on another DVD player? Hope you can help

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  • pjg3 Jul 19, 2008

    I have tried the finalizing programme on my recorder, but that does not allow the dvd to be played on another machine. It says in my manual on p36 to choose "close disc" or "make compatible"; but I can't find that on the menu. Does anyone else have this problem?

    Can anyone tell me how to make a dvd recorded from the hd on this machine play on other dvd players?

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Put Dvd back into unit- press DVD on remote- DVD light will light up on the unit- press "set up "button on the remote- a screen will come on - use remote arrows to go down to system set up- press enter- another add on menu apprears -use arrows on remote to choose "disc set up" press enter- another menu appears- go to "finalize" press enter - a pop up menu appear- choose "yes" and wait until disc finalizes- finished and usable in any DVD player. This is on page 27 and 28 in the manual. Have fun- DD

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