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Caanot play CD-R/DVD-R burnt from PC

I have a Pioneer DVR-330-S and I am unable to view images that I have burnt onto disc from my pc. I am also having the same problem on other dvds. The pictures are saved as jpeg files.

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First check that in your user manual that the dvd player is JPEG compatible. When you say you are having the problem on other DVD's do you mean when you use DVD+R and DVD-R disks on your own player or that yu have tried to play the same DVD disk on other brand DVD players without success? You dont mention which software you are using to save your JPEG's to Disk or whether you can in fact view them on your PC. After making sure that your Windows media player displays your pictures ok, Try using the NERO dvd burning Rom programme to load your JPEG's. I am assuming that you are not trying to record a DVD in a CD burning drive? hope this helps - hattonhall

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