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I'm burning a homemovie with with Vista, it's a movie media player file and it's burned on a DVD+R. I can read it on my laptop, but I can't read it on my cobolt DVD player!!! I think it must be a setting that's wrong or something so I hope you'll be able to help me out.
Well..with vista and windows media player, the compatibility to your DVD player is suspect..go to maker of DVD player, and see if there's a special setting for encoding type, for vista(wanna bet there is)..
I'd find it for you, but the make model of dvd player isn't visible to me here.
Posted on Mar 11, 2008
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