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My philips DVD player/recorder says it is full and I can't download the Wrestling to a DVD. I tried a standard dvd first then a dvd+R DL

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    not really, but the kids will watch it here and then I can delete it and the problem will be fixed.

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Hello,

You didn't state the model of your DVD recorder/player. I hope you are aware that some DVD's has a Hard drive (disk) in them. So, there us every possibility that your recorder/player has a hard drive and the hard drive is probably full. This should be the reason the recorder/player is saying "FULL".

Check the settings on our recorder and check hard disk/driver or anything that has to do with memory or storage. Try to clean or delete or format it.

But if you don't find such, insert the empty disc into your computer, format the empty disk and try again.

I non of the above seems to help, please let me know for further direction.

Good luck.

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