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My home movies, burned to DVD-R disks, work perfectly on my old Bush (conventional type screen) TV. A new (wide screen type) Bush TV just won't allow them to play and a message 'unknown disk' appears (a commercial DVD does seem to play OK). Obviously the DVD player is OK because I use it regularly for my home movies and I used it for both trials. Is it some sort of code in the television set which must be 're-set' so it can play my movies?
Some units jusy won't play certain types of recorded DVD discs. I would transfer one to a DVD+R type and see what happens. Buy a good brand like Memorex.
Hope that helps...
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
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