Question about Panasonic Televison & Video
Many DVD players do not properly support DVD-RW s. The ones that do are very picky on how they are burned. Most of the time, you have to close the DVD so that it cannot be re-recorded again. Your DVD player is saying that it needs to be formatted because it does not understand what is on the disk. Try recording with a DVD-R instead to see if it makes a difference. Make sure your DVD player supports MPEG-4 or DIVX which are the most popular burned formats. If it doesnt, then no burned disk will work.
Posted on May 15, 2008
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