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Old 12 Oct 2006, 04:25 AM   #1
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Couple of years back i transfered my music vids to dvd,all played fine until recently.I now have 4 dvds that refuse to play in any dvd player in the house
and when trying them in a pc the drive does not recognise there is a disc there (which makes it hard to do anything with them)The 4 discs are all Verbatim dvd+r.Gratefull for any help as i don't want to bin the dvds.
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