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Will this machine play writable discs?

The machine works fine for store bought dvd's but i cannot view the dvd disc i just recorded.

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  • Thomas Smithbrother Jul 14, 2014

    Hi Al Bendoraitis, I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?
    You recordewd DVD's from where? Correct disk type. (+) or( _)

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    Al Bendoraitis Jul 14, 2014

    i am recoding vhs tape using samsung dvd r 155 machine using dvd-r disc.

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    Al Bendoraitis Jul 14, 2014

    i tried dvd +R AND THE Samsung recorder wont read it.

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    Al Bendoraitis Jul 14, 2014

    the samsung recoder plays the recoded dvd-r disc just fine.

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    Al Bendoraitis Jul 14, 2014

    its my klh dvd player that wont play the disc. i tried to play on neighbors dvd player with no sucess.

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    Al Bendoraitis Jul 14, 2014

    what other info can I provide?

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    Al Bendoraitis Jul 15, 2014

    well i got it to work.

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    Al Bendoraitis Jul 15, 2014

    apparently when the disc recorded to the end it asked if i wanted to finalizi it. i said yes and it now plays.

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    Al Bendoraitis Jul 15, 2014

    now i need to know how this web site works

  • Thomas Smithbrother Jul 15, 2014

    DVD - cannot be played on a DVD (- )player or visa versa.

  • Thomas Smithbrother Jul 15, 2014

    Often times a (+) DVD will not play on a (-) dvd player and visa versa.

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Remove the cover. push the lense out ward with your finger. Clean the lense with a q-tip soaked in eye drop fluid or rubbing alcohol. Wipe it dry with the other side. Mine works great now

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But since you used a re-writable video/data DVD, it won't work outside of the recorder - that's why you can't play it (or if it was written on your PC, your recorder won't read it - incompatible disc).

If you don't wish to finalise the RW disc (I don't recommend it - plus I wouldn't blame you for not wanting to do that), you could copy it from one recorder to another, unless your PC has a capture card - which allows the outputs of your DVD recorder to connect to the PC inputs. Using relevant DVD software (for example, ULead DVD factory), you may be able to 're-author' the contents of your recording, and create a DVD-R copy which WILL work in all players that way - use DVD-R (or DVD+R if your PC and other players allow that format) for 'permanent' video recording - use re-writable discs for backups, test recordings, temporary stuff, and PC data files. There are many inexpensive software programs available. Have a look sometime at your leisure. See what they are like.

Even if you could copy the DVD contents in a Windows program, regardless of the software used, there is no guarantee that the copy you make will work outside of the player and/or original recorder, because it would require a lot of time and effort to achieve, and unless you know what you're doing with the program, you could waste a lot of time (and blank discs) in the process - it only adds to the frustration.

I am glad to hear your recorder has no major faults at present - that's great. No expensive workshop repair cost headaches; just frustration with discs (especially if they become drink coasters).

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DVD+RW discs on the other hand, when titled/ top menu created, can be played on a PC or player without finalising. You can even direct copy a DVD+RW straight to a DVD-R - it works in most cases.

The upshot of this is you haven't lost anything, and with the exception of perhaps a few dollars for a pack of either DVD+RW, DVD+R, or DVD-R discs (any brand), it didn't cost a fortune. You can also retain any DVD-RW discs you have previously used.

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