In our lounge we have a Toshiba SD150E DVD player.
The thing is, it's INCREDIBLY fussy when it comes to reading DVD's but in a odd way.
DVD's I create generally play fine on our other DVD players, and our friends player too. But our little Toshiba is always a problem.
What I'm wondering (and I'm poss thinking in the wrong way) is that I'd like to burn DVD's that this can read, as if the Toshiba can read it, then anything will read it.
The disks the Toshiba reads fine are:
My old Verbatims I bought a few years ago:
Manufacturer Name : [Mitsubishi Chemical Corp.]
Manufacturer ID : [MCC 01RG20 ]
And also (Strangly enough) some new Tesco DVD-R disks I bought 3 off to see what they were like:
Manufacturer Name : [Ume Disc Manufacturing Ltd.]
Manufacturer ID : [UME01]
It refuses to play the following (won't even recognise the disks)
Brand new 16x Verbatims (Taiyo Yuden TYG03 dye)
Brand new 16x TDK (TDK 003 Dye)
And struggles with other types I've tried too.
I'm wondering if I'm making a mistake even bothering about it, as the Verbatim (TYG03) disks burn the best I've had.