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From about a month ago, I found it difficult to burn and watch DVD disks on my DVD. When reading from those disks, my DVD starts skipping parts of the movie, or worse- it doesn't load.
However, when it comes to older disks which I bought before, it works just fine. The movies work great on the computer, but when I burn them on those disks, the begin doing troubles.
Is the problem with the CDs, or with the DVD burner?
The first that comes to mind is the speed you are burning them at.
I know it is boring to wait for a DVD project to burn but I do find that a slower burn speed does tend to lend to a better quality playback.