I just bought a pack of dvd+r and i have tried at least a dozen of them, but i still get the same response "unknown disc, please, check disc again. am i missing something. i see nothing in the manual of this topic. any assistance will be helpful, thanx in advance, jim
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I'm afraid it looks like this machine will only record on DVD-R disks not DVD R.
See page 9 of the manual (link below to download):
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This is a comon one, RW Disks do all look similkar but, they do have diferent letters at the end of the name and if you have not bought the correct coded disk, your RW wil not recognize is. Sugest you read your manual and check what exact disks you need and check the pack you have bought.
You may need dvd- disks instead! ( it usually one or the other!) and if your player does take a DVD+ you might have to change brands of disks ( I know this sounds stupid but all disks are not created equal! and do not work in all players!
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Normally, I'd advise cleaning the IR lens with a disc-based lens cleaner, but at only six uses, the problem could be controller board or misaligned laser/lens assembly.
Could be something worked loose or skew disc jammed in drive.
Have you tried DVD's from just one pack, one type, or other types?
Why I ask - I had this problem on my PC's DVD-writer.
It turned out that a full (new) pack of DVD's was faulty.
As a test, try initialize same (suspect) disks on another recorder?