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DVD+RW playback problem(s)

My recorded programs seem to be fine until about the one hour mark. Then the picture starts freezing and or skipping (mostly freezing). Also when I first load the disk I'm hearing a grinding(that's as close as I can come to an accurate description)sound.

The time is shown to be (EP) 4hrs It used to say (SLP)2:31

A couple weeks ago I tried recording 2 shows 2hr and 1hr. The second show stopped recording after about 10min

That's the genesis of my current problem. Thank you for your consideration.

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  • redketchup Oct 10, 2008

    I feel so stupid. I just found the rec mode today. I had disconnected my dvd recorder and connected a vcr. Then today I reconnected the dvd recorder. So far it works in SPP mode.



    Thanks for the advice :)

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You need to change your recording speed back to 6hr....i think it is slp that will record 6 hrs on a disk

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  • Eddie Shelby Sep 04, 2008

    change your speed back to slp and it should hold up to 6 hrs then

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Same prob with the shows freezing up

with a DVD+/- RW disc the amout of time keeps dropping because with every recording process the disc loses a life you can burn those disc 200 times before they become useless so the disc might be beyond the life peroid or bad

my prob is with the DVD-/+R disc tho and i figured it out the disc was bad

for the grinding noise if its hi piched its normal thats the disc spinning up to read or write speed

if that not the case something is rubbing in there and that might explaine the writting errors

**DISCLAMER**
the disc manurfacture dose not take resposnablity for defective disc and any loss they have caused(if the data is lost)

Posted on Aug 24, 2008

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