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Another really late reply; yes, I'd look at the issue of those discs not being "closed". They could have been created using a standalone DVD recorder, where you can add videos until the disc is full then finalize it. Some place like Videohelp should have advice on that. Or this page sugges...
- Thu Jun 10, 2021 8:11 pm
- Forum: DVD discs
- Topic: CD/DVD has little to no scratches but it still won't play or be recognized by my laptop. What could be the problem?
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Re: CD/DVD has little to no scratches but it still won't play or be recognized by my laptop. What could be the problem?
Try every other DVD reader at your disposal. That includes the junk computers in the basement or closet, and the stack of old drives under the kitchen table (everyone has that, right?). Maybe it's just a compatibility issue with the drive on the laptop, or you'll find that one drive is a bit more gi...
- Tue May 29, 2012 12:26 am
- Forum: General MakeMKV discussion
- Topic: Since there is no DVD hardware section here...please read.
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I don't know. Some drives may be artificially limited by the firmware, perhaps to keep the drive quieter during DVD playback, or to make life more difficult for pirates. At least, that was the case with DVD drives. Check out MediaCodeSpeedEdit, and maybe you can speed up your current drive: http://a...