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Problems playing recordings

Hi- I have been able to record cable shows and play them back using the dvd recorder. However, when I place the dvd into another player, nothing shows up. Is there a step that I'm missing when preparing to record a show?

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Did you "finalize" the DVD before trying to play it in another player? This is what I have to do.

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