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Are DVD-r Disk More Prone To Dust/Damage etc

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Jerrysimon, Sep 18, 2004.

  1. Jerrysimon

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    I have recently made some DVD-r copies and notice that accationally my Tosh XS32 complains that they are either damaged or have dust on them.

    Sometimes shop DVDs (hire) use to skip/judder in my regular DVD player but a good clean usually fixed it.

    One copy I have made always stops on one scene and says the disk is damaged :(

    Interestingly if I put it in my LG 4120 on my PC it plays ok but complains when I put it in my DVD ROM on my PC. Maybe the LG has better error correction firmware than the XS32 or my DVD ROM drive.

    This disk is a branded disk not a cheapo :mad:

    Regards

    Jerry
     

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