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How to finalize a recorded dvd disc?

For example, I record a video on the disc, one hour,
or two hours, it does not matter because when the
recording is done, I follow the steps--- setup, etc,
but I cannot get to the 'dvd menu' under setup as
it is not highlighted, thus I cannot 'finalize' the disc,
and no playback.....why ? what can I do?
..the manual for my Toshiba DR430KU doesnot have
suggest any other alternatives....etc...thanks in advance

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On the remote is there quick navi button (this will take u to the finalizing screen)

Posted on Jun 26, 2010

  • ronf57
    ronf57 Nov 05, 2012

    what is this button labeled as I am staring at the remote and do not see any "navi" labeled button. closest is "setup" or "topmenu" or "menu/list"

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In other words, you have lost that particular recording and you are wasting your time with that disc.

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Here is a link to the user manual:
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