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My burner is connected to my computer it burns but when we try to play on our dvd player it want work. it plays back on the computer

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Hi,

This indicates that your DVD player does not recognize the codec that was imbeded in your DVD movie when you were burning it. There are two things you may try to resolve this issue.

First, download and install K-lite codec pack to complete your codecs for different media formats. There is the BASIC, STANDARD and FULL for 32bit Windows version. Or, if you have a 64bit Windows version, you may download and install the 64bit version codec.

Then, adjust your DVD burner program to burn compatible settings that your DVD player is limited for.

Burn a sample movie for testing. You are welcome to respond/comment for further assistance.



I hope this works for you. Good Luck!



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