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RECORDER WILL NOT RECOGNIZE DVD-Rs, BUT RECOGNIZES DVD-RWs

IT APPEARS AS THOUGHT THE RECORDER DOES NOT FORMAT THE DVD-Rs. HELP

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  • REPRATHER Jun 16, 2008

    I HAVE PURCHASED MEMOREX DVD+R AND MAXWELL DVD-R.

    WHEN I CLOSE THE TRAY, I GET A "NO DISC" MESSAGE OR A RED CIRCLE WITH A RED SLASH.

  • REPRATHER Jun 16, 2008

    ALSO, I CANNOT FIND A RESET FEATURE ON THE REMOTE CONTROL

  • REPRATHER Jun 16, 2008

    THE TROUBLE SHOOTING SECTION OF THE MANUAL DOES NOT ADDRESS THIS SITUATION

  • REPRATHER Jun 16, 2008

    I HAVE SPENT TWO DAYS ATTEMPTING TO FIX THIS SO I CAN RECORD SEVERAL DVDs. NO LUCK. ANY OTHER SUGGESTIONS?

  • REPRATHER Jun 16, 2008

    ANYBODY ELSE HAVE A SOLUTION?

  • REPRATHER Jun 16, 2008

    THAT WAS SUGGESTED BY THE PREVIOUS ASSISTANCE. I AM UNABLE TO FIND A METHOD OF RESETTING THE RECORDER. DO YOU KNOW THE PROCEDURE, BECAUSE IT IS NOT IN MY MANUAL

  • REPRATHER Jun 16, 2008

    HOW DO I PROCEED WITH A RESET?

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This problem of yours just need to be isolated so we can get to the final fix, as I check the some information about your Recorder I may suggest you to get a DVD-RW instead of a plain DVD-R disc. Can you please inform me also if you that player/recorder can read a DVD with movie or files inside it.
Hope it helps........

Posted on Jun 16, 2008

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    Mark Gil Jun 16, 2008

    If you need to, you can reset the Recorder to all its factory
    settings. Select ‘‘Set’’ icon then press ENTER.

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    Mark Gil Jun 16, 2008

    Hope that is the correct way to reset your recorder, just inform me if that one dont work , good luck

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May be there could be problem in reading head..
is the player brand new??

Posted on Jun 16, 2008

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If you think the unit is not prerforming as it should,
Check your warranty information.

If you are still covered under warranty (usually 12 months from purchase), contact the manufacturers (listed in the booklet), and return the unit according to their policy.

You should not be charged for repairs/ replacement, but could be billed for postage.
Make sure you use recorded/ signed for delivery to prevent loss /damage issues.

I hope this resolves the problem
Thanks,

Posted on Jun 16, 2008

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You first check what kinda of media you are using. Is it a +or- dvd-r. Your problem most likely is in the fact that the unit you are using only likes specific disk's. make sure its a 8x dvd+r.

Posted on Jun 16, 2008

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    Nathan Ayers Jun 16, 2008

    also if by format you mean erase everything off a previously recorded dvd. Thats not how a dvd-R works, Thats how dvd-RW works. If the dvd has already been burned onto once then it can no longer be burned onto. Unless it is a multi-session but that is not the case here.

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    Nathan Ayers Jun 16, 2008

    So what id like you to do so i can help solve your problem. Is get a brand new DVD+R and try to record to it. If it fully records the unit is fine. Which means you just need to go DVD+RW disks from your local computer store. Those are the type of media which your recorder will be able to format. Note* that they only should need to be formatted after having data "Burned" onto the DVD+RW. Let me know how the dvd test burn goes. So i can further assist you with your problem


    Thanks
    Nathan

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    Nathan Ayers Jun 16, 2008

    do you still need assistance?

  • Nathan Ayers
    Nathan Ayers Jun 16, 2008

    have you tried everything that i see me and leethedeuce said. definetly try another brand dvd. Maybe even a lens cleaner to clean the lens.

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It is not recognizing DVD-R's and does not formatting it ?

happening on any-brand DVD-R's ?

Posted on Jun 16, 2008

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    monk3ybidzness Jun 16, 2008

    Manual says : Recordable Media : DVD+R · DVD+RW

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    monk3ybidzness Jun 16, 2008

    Since already spent time and money on different DVD's (check if one of them disc's is 8x just to be sure) and the unit is NOT reading the media (as it supposed to)

    If it is still in warranty, Service or Return or Replacement from the manufacturer.

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First try a different brand DVD-R as that is a common issue as not all rewritable discs work in all burners.
Keep me posted as I will list some other common solutions to this problem,
Thanks,
Lee

Posted on Jun 16, 2008

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    Lee A. Jun 16, 2008

    are they 8x DVD+R??

  • Lee A.
    Lee A. Jun 16, 2008

    Try a different brand DVD+R that is 8x.

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    Lee A. Jun 16, 2008

    As far as I know there is no reset. The unit most likely either dirty or broke. First try a DVD Lens cleanr. If that doesn't work either have it serviced or a better solution would be to just relace it if the unit is out of warranty.
    Thanks and good luck,
    Lee


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    Lee A. Jun 16, 2008

    marked, if you would have read or researched the item your suppose use DVD+R that are 8x.
    Good luck,
    Lee


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You should reset the unit.

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Use a different disk

else try a trouble shoot

Posted on Jun 16, 2008

  • dewan nafees ahmed Jun 16, 2008

    i think u can only format DVD RWs.
    so use them and try the format.

    also use a disk of standard quality

    also if u r doing everything right as per manual please let us know
    i shall tell some alternative




  • dewan nafees ahmed Jun 16, 2008

    also try a reset if any of the suggestions don't work.

    this is not a big problem
    and can be solved easily

    keep trying with different solutions

    u wil get fixed at some point i am sure.


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