The program acts as if all is okay, but never starts the burning process
The program works fine in all instances until it gets to the last screen to burn it on a DVD. I have let it sit there for over 24 hours and it never starts the burning process. What am I doing wrong?
will not let me burn any dvd
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Will it burn stuff okay using windows native burning support? If not, go here and download the CD Gone utility. Next, uninstall your CD/DVD drive in Device Manager, run the utility, and reboot. Your drive will be re-installed, and should work properly, unless it has mechanical/firmware problems. This is a Registry patch program, and fixes a problem that frequently happens. HTH.
Id say its a driver or a hardware issue, I recently had a similiar problem with my soundcard, the sound would get worse and worse it was like you could hear raining from the soundcard. I had to switch to 4ch and back to 2ch to get the crackling and raining out. I haven't had the problem since I got new drivers for my sound card.
Id say there is noting wrong with the program, its most likely a driver or a hardware problem, try updateing your drivers and see what happens.
Kill all spyware and anti-virus programs and internet connections and wireless WHILE doing audio work. ALL these resource HOGS **** time from your processor and cause overuns of the buffers in your audio interface.
Do a control-alt-del to bring up the Windows task manager and look at what processes are running and sucking processing time. Even things that check for updates sit there and periodically grab processing power.
When burning CD's the same goes as well... during burns, the processor needs to be purged of these interrupting resource hogs.
In the last three weeks I have been continuously hit with updates from Adobe, MS, and Sun (Java) that interrupt and **** time, often at the most inappropriate times. These continous scanners for updates MAY be what are hitting you. Do any updates and then kill and disallow updates while doing your audio work.
Click the "Start" button located on the bottom left side of the screen.Click "All Programs" and then click "Recovery Manager Recovery Manager". Click "Yes" to allow the program to run.Click the "Advanced Options" button, then click "Recovery Disc Creation".Click "Next" for the program to analyze your computer. This process may take anywhere from a few minutes to up to an hour to complete, so be patient. After it completes, you'll see a prompt asking you to insert a disk.Insert a blank DVD-R or DVD+R into your drive and click "Next". The recovery manager will then begin burning the back-up disk(s). When one disk is done, the program prompts you to enter another until the recovery disks have all been burned.Click "Finish" to complete the process.
IF THE PROGRAM FREEZES AT THE SAME POINT EVERYTIME, YOU CAN ASSUME THAT YOUR PROGRAM OR SOFTWARE INSTALLATION IS CORRUPT. TRY TO DELETE AND RE-INSTALL THE PROGRAM AND SEE IT YOU CAN GET A CLEAN INSTALL. REPLY TO ARCLIGHT1217 WITH WHAT YOU FIND OUT!