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Unable to burn photos from my computer to DVD

I have NTI CD and DVD maker program in my computer, howerver when I try to create slides with or without music to DVD it always come up that DVD is full and to insert a blank. When the DVD is taken out and put on to another computer I was able to burn the samething to the DVD.

Pls help, I don't know why its not allowing me to do this?

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I beleive your disks could be the issue,some formats require certain formats and then the functions you are burning to disk will be able to play on most dvd players but if the disk format doesnt write it could be worth looking at the writers disk format and media you have chossen to burn onto.
You should be able to find some instructions for the writing tasks in the HELP SECTION....

Hope this helps , let me know if you need more help thanks
NB _ No mention of the OS your using???

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