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gm
12-07-2001, 15:27
my dvd player will not read cdr's can it be fixed so it will? ??? ??? ???

stephen
16-07-2001, 01:25
try viva#### cdr's using nero's latest burning software for vcd. It worked for me but the disk skips a little. Im told cdrw works better but ive yet to try that

Ghost rider
18-07-2001, 13:31
A little more info may go a long way what type of player is it ??

gm
23-07-2001, 10:56
thom###n is all i can say at moment.

hell_fire_2021
25-07-2001, 08:23
Ok I have an Sony DVD/CD/VCD Player (DVP-S350) and I tried CD-R's no luck at all will not read them. But then I copy onto a CD-RW and it works no problem. So CD-RW's work better than a CD-R. I think the reason why is that in a CD-R they use a ink die, when it is burned can't be burned anymore. Where as in a CD-RW they have many layers ( but not a die, don't know what kind).

sixdsix
30-07-2001, 08:51
As great as Sonys DVD players are, they always give people hell when trying to read CDRs...

I recommend Panasonic DVD players. There newest model (RV 31 I think) is brilliant.. Plays VCD, CDRS and MP3s...

GroundZero
01-08-2001, 06:07
In the CDR section of the site it says that the Princo CD-R74 Gold is "Very compatible with CD/DVD-Readers which normally are very critical about CD-R's"
Now my problem and question is under what brand name can they be found and who sells them in the UK. I can't find much about them.
I want to send jpg's on CD (Made with CeQuadrat WinOnCD Power Edition to relatives with DVD players). I can view the discs fine on a CyberHome 512 but ordinary DVDs can't even load them.
Noticed Maplins selling spindle of 50 multicoloured Princo CDRs but don't think these are the same, anyone know any different?

1576
01-03-2002, 14:13
Originally posted by GroundZero
In the CDR section of the site it says that the Princo CD-R74 Gold is "Very compatible with CD/DVD-Readers which normally are very critical about CD-R's"


Have you looked here mate?
www.121cdr.co.uk