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PANASONIC DVD-REC/VCR COMBO with Integrated Digital Tuner & HDMI-DMR-EZ47V playback

Discs downloaded on my Toshiba Windows Vista laptop are not recognised on my Panasonic Video/DVD Player combo. Movies that can fit in a CD-R80 disc work on my Panasonic player. None of the movies downloaded on DVD-RW, DVD-R, DVD+RW or DVD+R could play. All the discs I tried were automatically finalised when ejected on my laptop, but my Panasonic Player only ran the movies on the CD-R80 discs (a mere 80 mins capacity and not practical at all!)

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    Discs downloaded on my Toshiba Windows Vista laptop are not recognised on my Panasonic Video/DVD Player combo. Movies that can fit in a CD-R80 disc work on my Panasonic player. None of the movies downloaded on DVD-RW, DVD-R, DVD+RW or DVD+R could play. All the discs I tried were automatically finalised when ejected on my laptop, but my Panasonic Player only ran the movies on the CD-R80 discs (a mere 80 mins capacity and not practical at all!)

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    I have the same problem

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When you say downloaded movies are they avi's, vob's mpegs, mov's or windows media files? Which files are you using on the cds? what software are you using to burn the discs? When you burn onto cds are you creating VCD's or just data discs. When you burn onto a RW disc it cannot be finalised. I think you are possibly either not using mpegs or vobs or you discs are not being finalised. (When i say vobs i mean dvd compiled and compatible discs)

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Clean the lense of your dvd player and try.

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