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What type of dvd do you need to use to record?

I have tried recording with "dvd+r" dvds and the player would not accept them for recording. Is there a certain type of recordable dvd that I need to use?

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If you click on the "VRDVD5000 DVD Recorder...Combo" link at the top of the page and scroll down towards the bottom of the page that brings up, you'll find an outline spec for the machine. Just looking at that, it would appear you ought to be trying "dvd-r" - (The difference between plus and minus is significant - it's a shame nobody thought to make the names more distinctive). Suggest you buy a single dvd-r, see how you get on, and only invest in a bigger pack once you know it's going to work. A.

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Definitly should work with DVD-R. DVD+R will not work.

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