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This error e26 gets thrown up on some digital rights management programs.this really just means you are not allowed to record...ever increasingly thanks to the big corps like sony drm carrier signals are put into some broadcasts to overcome copying infringements.there still is a way to do this with the right equipment.some tv channels get revenue from their advert counts so they put these signals in to ensure that you can only watch at broadcast or catchup on certain devices.what I can't figure out is I can record anything whilst it's being aired and still transfer to older equipment but not anything with latest ios and certainly not with sony recorders.
If this happens on more than one DVD, it might be necessary to clean the lens of the DVD player. Safe commercial products are available at local drug stores for around ten dollars.
The "wrong disk" message is usually associated with Data disks, i.e. those having computer files rather than DVD movie files.
If this is an older DVD player, the DVD may have been written on a high-speed DVD writer which creates smaller data spots which may not be read correctly on older DVD players.
Barring these problems, it is probably just broken. DVD players, although not having as many moving parts as VCRs, do not last indefinitely.
If you have a bluetooth dongle installed you could use bluetooth to transfer the pictures, you could put them on the memory card and transfer them that way, or you could send picture messages to your e-mail address, and download them onto your computer that way as well.
Save the email to your desktop (File - Save As). Put the blank CD or DVD in. Go to My Computer and open the DVD drive. Make sure the window isn't maximized so that you can see the desktop. Drag the mail file into the DVD drive window. Windows may process the file for a few seconds. In the DVD drive window click "Write these files to CD". It will burn file onto the DVD.
Sorry I can't answer directly but just wanted to suggest you bought a PVR or personal video recorder that uses a computer-type hard drive.
These devices are a lot less hassle when only short-term storage is needed and any content you want to keep can be recorded later onto hard copy. I still prefer vhs for that as it is possible to edit tapes or cut out bad portions if something goes wrong - not something easy to do if a cd or dvd gets damaged.
Can I suggest you download CDBURNERXP and try burning your disc through this. Only I had the same problem using NERO 7. But since using CDBURNERXP I've had no prolems at all and it's a bit faster. CDBURNERXP is a free dowmload. google it to find it on the web. Hope this works for you.
Hi mozdec you was with me on live session just a while ago however sorry for losing our chat session look for a button on the remote that says NTSC push down that button this will change the mode of your DVD player to color you must have accidentally push that button.good luck