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sue wayne

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I hope someone can give me some advice. I don't know much about computers, but I have been backing up a few movies and for some reason about 3/4 of the way through the movie it messes up. The pixles break up and the movie comes to a stop or jumps to another track. If I take this same movie to another DVD player it works just fine. Is it the player or the movie? Is there any way to fix this? It seems to be on the newer movies. Please Help!:confused:
 
it could be the media your using or it could be the player, as some of the big manufacturers players are picky about playing back-ups, 1 of my mate's sony dvd player won't play any back-ups at all
 
Do you get the pixelation with all movies one one particular player? If so, that player would seem to be at fault. If not, try slowing your burns to 1/2 the rated speed of the media. The problem could also be with a cheap media.
 
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