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LG HDD/DVD recorder Model RH 188S

My problem is when I start with a DVD+RW I got the Video Modus and cannot Change this modus to the VR modus. Therefore I cannot make a DVD for an another DVD-recorder. An problem, probably related with the first problem, is that I cannot "complete" a recording.
My e-mail adress:
schlicher@hetnet.nl

Thank you for helping me

P. Schlicher
van Riebeecklaan 22
2024 AH Haarlem
The Netherlands

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Dear pietertje
please the following
First of all update your anti-viruse definition.then dissable the system restore.boot in safe mode and do a full scan.
If the problem is not solved then do the following step
Please uninstall your burning software and reinstall it.
If not solved then you try with another manufacture dvd.
If problem persists than change your data cable.
still problem is there then you should go for a dvd burner with bundled burning software.
please report back your findings.
thanks for contacting

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Doesnt it accept finalization?

Posted on Apr 04, 2008

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