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    Storm's Avatar Poster BT Rep: +3
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    i recorded a tv program using my parents DVD-R (standalone, tv hookup)

    i didnt finalize the disk since i only have 20 minuits recorded.

    when i put the disk in my DVD-ROM player it says that windows cant read the disk, and that it might be corrupted (not likely, i could play it in my parents standalone DVD player)

    in my dvd-burner, it doesnt do anything....... doesnt ask me to insert a disk, doesnt act like the disk is broke.....

    anyway, is there any way to extract the video and sound from the dvd? i dont have a tv in, so that aint an option, but is there any way to extract and recompile the raw data or something? i REALLY want this on my comp

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    you have to close the disk, for it to be recognised in any other appliance other than your parents dvd recorder.

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    Chewie's Avatar Chew E. Bakke
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    you could try cdcheck to see if it can recover the files - this is mainly what the program was built for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spider_dude
    you have to close the disk, for it to be recognised in any other appliance other than your parents dvd recorder.
    weird, i always thought a comp could just handle any format.....

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    muchspl2
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    could be a dvd-ram my pc can't read dvd-ram from my stand alone dvd burner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Storm
    weird, i always thought a comp could just handle any format.....
    Nope, Pc cannot read Xbox discs.


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