Question about Ulead DVD Workshop 2 for PC
I agree with DCS13, brands of drives can be picky on the brands of disk they like to use.
Also, try slowing down your burn time. Slow it right down as much as you can - if you're not in a hurry slow down to 1x or 2x but not over 4x, you'll get much better quality burns where the disk will last much longer (years longer before the data can not be retrieved).
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Posted on Jan 30, 2009
Try different media. I find DVD burners to be very finicky about the DVDs it will accept. Try 3 or 4 different brands until you find one that doesn't error out, and stick with it.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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