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Burning to DVD

Hi there,

I have had my camcorder since Aug of 2007, and am having problems trying to burn it to DVD.  The first set of DVD's I purchased, when I tried to burn it through the software provided, a certain type would only appear in the drop down menu.  So back to the store to buy the kind that is there (DVD+RW) and then I try to burn it.  Through the program when I try to burn it, it says successful at the end, however when I try to put it in my 2 different dvd players, one says disc error, the other says this type of disc cannot be played.  I am frustrated because I am following the instuctions and still cannot do it and I bought this model because of the supposed simplicity of making dvd's.  I can no longer use my camcorder because the hard drive is full and I don't want to erase any of it because it is of our first child.  I have downloaded most of it onto the computer but still do not want to erase it incase my computer crashes.  I need help because now my son is 10 months and I am missings lots of cute moments due to no camcorder.  If you can help thanks in advance!

Melanie

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    MY CAM is full of great moments spent with great people i want to transfer it to DVD as its memory is full....... but when i tried to burn it to DVD it showed no burning device found to copy it.... i'm using DVD+rR of sony..... which type of burner i have to install? please suggest me... and also how to copy it and play it on my computer. please its very urgent there is a function tomorrow i have to capture it so that i copy it for DVD as well as for my computer

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Do you know if the DVD player that you are using reads DVR+RW? If you have the book on the DVD player it should tell you what formats it reads.

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