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Try burning at slower speed

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Cannot burn files to CD



if you want to know what this is the error code is related to

click start control panel administrative tools computer management then select event viewer this may vary depending on what operating system you have


extend the events there you will see errors in red you will no what exactly what the error was and at what time it occured

or click start type in event viewer press ENTER

you might be able work your way through the problem


It could be a problem with the lens you could use a liquid type lens cleaner place 2-3 drops on top of a cd/dvd then run it

hope this helps

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Nero burn error


This is a corrupt install, Please follow the directions below, also, before you install nero 8 again, Please Turn Off any Antivirus Software, it may stop certian Drivers from Fullly installing.

Please use the Nero Clean Tools, Remove all of Nero 8, and also nero 7, if installed and any Roxio burning applications.




Install the Newest Nero 8 Update, and Put in your serial Number in the DEMO box, it will convert it to the full version.


You have a conflict, also ,
Update your Video Drivers and Direct X Drivers, They are needed to use Nero 8, You will get errors if the are not the current version's, and Nero will Run much smoother.


Let me know if you need any further help


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How to burn iTunes music to CD, Burn iTunes videos movies to DVD?


You have a large collection of film movie Video TV Shows files purshased from iTunes library and want to burn part of your iTunes TV episodes movie to DVD disc in order to backup, share with your friends or watching them on either on computer , a DVD player or large screen tv. here is a quick tutorial about how to burn iTunes movie TV Shows to DVD.

As the movie bought from iTunes has apple digital rights management (DRM) license protection which don't allow users to burn iTunes Video Movie TV Shows files to DVD with DVD burning software directly. Commonly, we will need a DRM Removal software to strip iTunes DRM and convert itunes video to mpeg 2(DVD format) first, then burn converted itunes Video to DVD, now, the whole operation will go easy and convenient, the tool we use in this article can remove DRM from itunes, burn iTunes to DVD with only a few steps.

What we need is Daniusoft Media Converter Ultimate - the flagship product of Daniusoft DRM removal software series integrated full function of DRM removal, DVD Ripper, Media Converter, DVD Creator, Media Transfer, etc.

Now, let's start:

Easily install and start DMC ultimate, click 'add' button to load iTunes media, usually they are stored in *:\My Documents\My music\iTunes\iTunes Music, including movie and TV show folder. With all settings are finished, click button 'start' to begin the conversion.
Now is coming to the main part to burn iTunes Movie to DVD. With steps above all are finished, we have actually removed DRM protection of iTunes Video. Click button 'burn-dvd.jpg' on right of DMC ultimate, open the burn option conversion. Add files and folder you want to burn.

DMC ultimate contains several DVD menu templates, or you can even customize title, background, font, etc. click 'next' DMC ultimate will automatically estimate result file volume. You can decide whether to keep files or not according to the estimate result.

Then next step is to start burning process. Within several minutes if you see pop up message saying 'DVD successfully burned' then congratulate to you for your effort success of burning and DVD will automatically pop up.

Tips:
1. Above are the whole processes to burn or store iTunes Video files to DVD to play on home DVD or TV sets.
2. Windows Media files contain also DRM protection system. This process can also to be used to burn Windows Media WMA/WMV files to DVD.

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The burning process failed by internal error while processing my Magix photostory on CD & DVD 4.0


hmmm...what kind of pc you running, and how much memory, cpu speed you got in that box?

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Hi! I inserted a burned dvd r into my Mac but it's not reading it. The message You've inserted a blank CD pops out. I tried using a PC but it can't open it either, it says there's an error...


there are a few reasons why

1.) the formatting of the disk may be formatter for a PC and NOT a MAC
2.) after burning, this dvd was never "closed"
3.) You burned a coaster

good luck

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While I was trying to burn a back up recovery disk for my emachine's windows vista, emachine didn't come with one, but a program on it to install one. I was told to use 10 writeable cd's or 2 dvds, i...


The problem here is that when disk burners stopped being $400 each, the quality went way down. What's likely happening is that your burner is sucumbing to an alignment or heat-related issue. My gut feeling tells me that you should do the burn, then wait about an hour (maybe two) and do the second disk so the electronics and mechanical parts have time to cool off.

[rant] The real issue in your case is that eMachine's recovery system is an after-thought. Any well thought-out system would let you select which disk to burn or give you the option to make ISOs so you could burn them on another machine. More importantly, they should just let you do this to an 8GB USB stick and call it a day. I would avoid machine that can't be bothered to give you an easy way to recover their machines, then give you the responsibility of creating the recovery media on sub-par hardware. [/rant]

Anyway, let me know how it works out.

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TSST TS-L462D - not burning DVD-R anymore


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CD WANT BURN ALL THE WAY


if the problem persists with different types of discs and you've already tried multiple burning programs...nero, roxio, nti..then your problem is with the dvd drive specifically. you can get a new one fairly cheap for less than 50 dollars.

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