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Can't play internet movies burned to DVD-R

September 16, 2010 at 17:44:20
Specs: Windows 7 ultimate
I am using demonoid . i use utorrent to dl the movies i want.. i can watch them all day long on my hp laptop.. but once i go to burn them .. I use hp dvd-r. and when i go to play them in my either my playstation 3 or my reg. dvd player. it says to both it cant read the disc. what can i do... i have been looking for a converter, but everytime i download a converter. that doesnt work either. and plus the converter says they are free. and once i use my dag on memory and have them on my comp.. i have to pay for them... PLEASE HELP me ... I am wanting to watch them on my tv. ((((((this might help you out... once i get my laptop brand new. i could have burn anything to any KIND of disc and be able to watch them on my ps3 or my dvd player, but now after i did my last update with microsoft windows 7... i have been having trouble burning)))))))) PLease help me!

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September 16, 2010 at 22:31:15
run system restore to a point before you started having problems...
if that fails run a factory restore after saving all files and settings. at least you will be back to the point where it all works..

any video converter is free.
magic disk and magic iso are great and free.

i hate computers!
but cant help myself....

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September 17, 2010 at 01:04:37
You need to Finalize the Discs.....

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September 17, 2010 at 08:24:26
the only restore point is today. I dont have anymore restored points. could you tell me a lil more about this magic disc that you said was good please. like when i get it. will it automatically convert my files to dvd standard files, so that it can play on my dvd player and also my ps3? . or will it download a watermark right in the middle of the screen through out the movie? and it will make the movie fit on a standard 4.7gb 120 minute dvd-r? and i dont thing you can get any higher than that? or can you? with the memory on a dvd-r.

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