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Old 05-31-06, 12:17 AM
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DVD Burning Problems!

So I am burning some DVDs using winDVD creator 2.0. They are burning perfectly fine, but they will not play on my home DVD player, yet they work perfectly fine on my computers DVD player. I am buring onto a DVD RW disc and my DVD player fully supports DVD RW. What am I doing wrong?
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Can you list the make/model of your DVD player, the make/model of your burner, and the brand name of your DVD-RWs? We don't have a lot of information to go on based on your post and the answers to the above will give us a place to start.
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dvd player is a Danon DVD910

DVD burner is the one built into my Gateway notebook which is brand new.

DVD is a Maxell DVD-RW data/video



hope this helps.


I'm tihnking im doign soemrthing wrong in the process of burning the dvd's in the program, but im not completly sure.
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I'm guessing you meant a "Denon" and not a "Danon"? That player doesn't appear to be available anymore, it might be on the older side? Sometimes, older DVD players don't handle burned discs too well. From my own experience, I've found RWs to be even a little more problematic.

Take a look at the column on this page that states "compatibility" for all of the Maxell DVD-RWs: http://www.videohelp.com/dvdmedia.ph...+or+List+Media

A lot of them state "mixed" results for player compatibility.


I would take the same output and burn it on a -R disc and try that first. See if you can find Verbatim -R discs, those are good quality media.

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