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Not recognizing DVD-RW discs

I just purchased a Cannon DC320 and when I put in a DVD-RW disc it says it is automatically supposed to bring up the screen to intialize the disc, but it doesn't and then it says it can't recognize the disc. Help.

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Try a different manufactures dvd's

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