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Toshiba sd-p1700 prtable dvd player will not recognise pre-recorded (new) dvd. OK with other memory media

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  • JamesLonUK Jul 02, 2008

    Hi Nickstar19.



    Interesting thought. The player is supposedly Region 2 and originally worked with one or two DVDs but I guess they may have been other Regions and I didn't notice. I'll check that and try it again.

    Thanks a lot,

    James

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SOUNDS LIKE ITS NOT COMPATIBLE WITH THE DVD PLAYER YOU DESCRIBED THAT'S THE ONLY POSSIBLE OPTION

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