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Samsung dvdr-120 I am recording the proper media on the dvd r120 and am finalizing discs. The dvd plays fine on the samsung but does not play on my toshiba both are-r. The dvd plays on my pc. A samsung rep advised that the two dvd players are not compatibale. This is funny as my Toshiba plays any dvd rented bought or burned on PC. Anybody have any good solutions Thanks in advance

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Try checking on the recording mode of the DVD. V recording mode produces more compatible DVD disc. Stay away from VR mode. You may refer to your manual.

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