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VHS TO CD NOT COMPATIBLE

COPIED VHS TO CD AND THEY WILL ONLY PLAY IN THE PLAYER i RECORDED IT ON ** I CAN'T PLAY THE CD'S ON ANY OTHER PLAYER

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  • TQUATRINI Mar 10, 2008

    I burned the VHS tape on to CD -RW disks.

    I did finalize the disks and I was hoping there was some reader I could use to move the data off the cd's on to a more compatible format that I could play the disks on other players..

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Do you mean DVD or CD. Some DVD players won't play CD Videos.
If it's on a DVD then maybe you need to finalize the disk.
That means ** further recording on that disk but it will be more compatible with other players.

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how long have you been using the player and has it ever accept blank DVD-R discs in the past.

The problem might be as a result of weak laser (lens) or the blank discs inserted might not be compatible with player.

When the laser(lens) of a player becomes weak, it will not be able to read blank discs. It only takes a very strong laser to read/accept blank discs. If it happens that the laser (lens) is the cause of the problem, then it means you will need to replace the laser (lens) to a brand new one to be able to read blank disc. Though the player might be playing DVD and CD, note that blank disc is stronger when it comes to reading from the laser (lens), it requires sharper laser. I hope you understand this.

So, insert a CD into the player and observe if it will play.If it plays, then its obvious that your laser is very weak.

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Amongst the two topics discussed above, one has to be the cause of the problem. So its up to you to figure out which is the cause of the problem.

I hope you understand the above....

I wish you good luck.

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