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Old Nov 14, 2003, 03:57 PM
robbie221275 robbie221275 is offline
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hi

Iam having problems playing dvd-r disks on my set top dvd player. I am burming the disks using Stomp and they play fine on my computer but when i put them in the set top dvd player it comes up with C13= dirty disk.
I have a Pioneer 106 writer drive and my set top player is a Sony DVPNS -900V. The disks I am using are Datawrite yellow 4 speed.

Can anyone please help as i am going bald fast.

many thanks

robbie
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Old Nov 14, 2003, 09:30 PM
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You are using Datawrite discs and that is all that needs to be said. Lots of incompatibility issues with the Bulqpaq/Datawrite labels. Since your DVD Player seems to be media picky then go with a Ritek disc as they are well known for working in picky players.
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