Fully concur with Forum Member chef quoted assessment.
Once again strongly recommend using Nero CD-DVD Speed (http://www.cdspeed2000.com/files/NeroCDSpeed_4750.zip) and perform a Disc Quality Scan (http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?t=192563) of the particular Recorded DVDs to ensure that these particular Recorded DVDs do not contain Read/Write Errors that were induced during the recording process. That is the only way to definitively ensure these particular Recorded DVDs are free of Read/Write Errors. Just popping these particular Recorded DVDs in a Stand-Alone Desktop DVD playback device and seeing if they play doesnâ€™t prove anything about the particular Recorded DVDs having any Read/Write Errors.
Stand-Alone Desktop DVD Playback Devices and Computer DVD Devices are two entirely different types of devices. They are designed differently and they function differently. Read/Write Errors that were induced during the recording process can easily cause havoc with computer DVD devices, which will prevent proper playback viewing.