Sony DVD+RW Rewritable Discs on Spindle (4.7 GB), Pack of 25

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  • Comes in a Spindle
  • Holds 4.7GB
  • 25 Discs
  • 4x Speed
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High quality re-writeable discs at a good price and shipped fast!

 
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Timely delivery, perfect for what I need

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Shopper  Why can't I play the dvd+rw disc's on the computer that I recorded on a DVD recorder?
JEANETTE G  'owdy, I don't think your question has anything to do with the type disc but rather the procedure used to make a recording. You need to "finalize" a DVD on the device that recorded it. You might be able to put the DVD back into the recorder from which you made the recording, find the main menu for it (see your instruction manual), and it should have a means to navigate to a "finalize" (or similar) option for you to make the DVD readable in other players. Sincerely,
Shopper  do they play on a DVD player?
VICTORIA L  Playback is dependent on recording. If you record on a DVD recorder, they will play on a DVD player. If you record on another device, they will play back on that device; i.e., computer. It is possible to burn a movie using a computer and play back on a DVD recorder but the software determines this. You can also record computer data which will only be applicable to a computer.
Shopper  do they play on a DVD player?
VICTORIA L  Playback is dependent on recording. If you record on a DVD recorder, they will play on a DVD player. If you record on another device, they will play back on that device; i.e., computer. It is possible to burn a movie using a computer and play back on a DVD recorder but the software determines this. You can also record computer data which will only be applicable to a computer.
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