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When I burn TV shows from iTunes onto my blank DVD, it will not play in my supposedly compatible DVD player...help!!

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If you are using RW media, that could very likely be the source of the problem. Here are detailed instructions on how to determine or confirm the source of the problem.

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?path=iDVD/7.0/en/6669.html

After completing these steps, if it is caused by the DVD+RW media, re-record them on regular DVDs, and assuming your player will accept that media, they should play appropriately. Let me know if you need additional assistance, but thanks for rating FixYa!

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