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Daewoo DVRS05 Recorded DVD won't play in OTHER DVD players

In this unit I can record a VHS tape to a DVD+R easily enough, and the recorded disk plays in the same DVD drive the recorder is on. It will even play on any computer's DVD drive and software. However, it will not play on another DVD player, that is, a standard player hooked up to a television. I've tried all kinds of standard players, and none will work. Each player says "disc error". That's all the info I get. Any ideas?

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  • raulruzm Feb 13, 2008

    In this unit I can record a VHS tape to a DVD+R easily enough, and the recorded disk plays in the same DVD drive the recorder is on. It will even play on any computer's DVD drive and software. However, it will not play on another DVD player, that is, a standard player hooked up to a television. I've tried all kinds of standard players, and none will work. Each player says "disc error". That's all the info I get. I HAVE SAME PROBLEM PLEASE SEND A RESOLUTION ON MY E-MAIL

    RAUL RUZ M [email protected]



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My suggestion from reading other forums is that these players sometimes have problems finalizing the disc.. you could try making a copy of the disc in a computer to see if this fixes the promlem or maybe media these use dvd+r and has a lot of compatibility issues with dvd players.

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I have had exactly the same problem videos copied on daewoo recorders om dvd+ dvd won't play on an other dvd players have you reveived and replies or do you know how to fix this Gerry

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