Made a DVD with Nerovision..problem!!

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kellys

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I put it in my player that plays all VCDS and I thought all DVDS but it only reads it as a DVD and then nothing happens. No menu and no scene selection. Can I get this to work? It is an NTSC format and it plays on my kids disney dvd player that does not play VCDs at all. I actually made this from Vob files. Why wouldnt this player play a DVD . It plays everything else but this? It took 12 hours to burn for Gods sake. Can I do something to make my player read it correctly? Toshiba player.
 

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What model is the DVD player? It may only be able to read DVD-R or DVD +R media. DVD minus format is the most common used. Also what is on this DVD, is it a ripped DVD?

12 Hours is an extremely long time. Does this DVD even work in your computer?
 

kellys

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Toshiba SDv280ua..It plays regular DVDS from the store and VCDs. It also played the dvdr that was made for me. It just is not playing the dvd that i made. They are episodes of Greg The Bunny and there are 7 on one DVD. They play fine on the kids player though. That player will not play any VCds at all. I have not tried it on my computer but I have several players that I am sure will work becasue they are designed for home made DVDs.
 

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But are both DVD's the same format? Are both - or + disc's?

I couldn't find that Toshiba model on the web but mine plays only DVD-R/RW but not DVD+R/RW.
 
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