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Error 0040-0013-8046-0000c005 when attempting to create dvd

Using picture motion browser. burning stops with 50 percent of work completed.

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Please make sure about the same-
Processor:- PIII(1GHz) or more
HDD:- 5 GB Free Space or more
Memory:- 256MB or more
OS:- Win XP, Win 2000.
Free Space in C Drive:- 15-20 GB.
Note-Use Supplied Original Software.

If all these specs are matching, problem will be definitely solved.

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I have the same problem, but I have Windows8, not 2000 or XP. All specs are matching. Eugen

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