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10-08-2006, 03:47 AM
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I think I spelt that right. Ok here is the problem. We (Dad, Me, sis) went to the annual MBCA FallCon yesterday. Got some cool stuff, --- We got home and here my sister bought the Batman '60s tv series for me as surprise from a bootleggerl. But I had commented how it would be neat to see it again at home as Batman was playing the tv series on the wall use a DLP projector, very sweet machine, --Ok well back to the dvds, they were made on Verbatim 8x DVDs, shocking for this kind of stuff. Ok so I popped the dvds into my UN-trusty Panasonic lol, they did not work........

Ok I threw them in dads dvd/vcr combo as well as sis's and they worked.

UGH.

Ok so I decided to put them back into my recorder, nothing again so I decided to try a hard boot, I unplugged the dvd recorder, cord from machine forcing it to go into the reboot cycle or whatever it is called lol, I forgot what its called. heh. But by doing that they work. So is it just a bad burn, should I make a new set??

I hope I can find out whats up with these discs

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10-08-2006, 04:08 AM
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Run them through cdscan (I can send you the program through email if you want) on the PC, you will be able to tell easily if they are bad burns or not. With Verbatim media I doubt they are bad, its most likely your POS DVD Recorder lol
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10-08-2006, 05:00 AM
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It has to be my POS Panasonic, or a combo of the panasonic and the discs lol, as it works now ugh lol.

I will be making a seperate thread of my haul later on as I go threw the four or five bags

Brent

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10-08-2006, 10:53 AM
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The stuff bootleggers sell at shows/cons is crap.

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