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Permanent Disc Protection

Whenever I put in a DVD-RAM, it says "UNFORMAT" then if I try to format it won't allow me to, saying "contents are protected etc.." Disc Protection is also "ON". The thing is, this happens for newly bought discs fresh out of their wrapping! Any ideas?

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  • mpcj Dec 09, 2007

    Same problem as ad man - DMR-E75 works fine with osem exisitng discs - but comes up with error message ' Unformated disc' when brand new DVD RAm disc inserted. Trying to format, the machine indicates 'Disc protection is 'ON' and does not allow to turn off. Net result disc's are unuseable.

    Is this a falut on the disc read/laser, that a clean may reslove. ?

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Hi, UnFormat Problem 1. Try Panasonic DVD-RAM, format that on the recorder, donot finalize OR 2. Try this http://www.videohelp.com/forum/archive/repair-guide-for-panasonics-dmr-e60-gh-quot-unformat-quot-error-t299504.html There is a jpg image on the above URL for guidance Hope your problem vanishes :) Moulee [email protected]

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