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Rachel ford Posted on Oct 11, 2006
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Disk won't play in DVD player

Ok so everytime my friend makes me a dvd for me it won't play in my dvd player. It says it plays windows media and thats the format she's using. When I make dvds they play on the same dvd player that won't play hers. why is that? I know the disks work because they'll play on my computer.

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Do use some DVD burning software tools to make a DVD disc instead of copying the fils to DVD. You can try Leawo DVD Creator which can burn DVD discs at a high speed.

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She does not have DVD Authoring Software on her computer. Yes, she can make DVD's but they are more like DATA DVD's. They play on a computer but not on a DVD Player.

I had to buy the $300.00 Nero DVD Burning software upgrade for my OEM installed basic DVD Burning Computer Program.

The DVD Authoring Software lets you burn video on the DVD and at the end it Finalizes it and that puts an index on the DVD that can be used in a DVD.

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