when trying to burn a cd that last more then 78 min, cd burner just doesn't work. It start wrtiting the cd and writing it but keeps on and on and I can't open the cd tray. I have to shut the computer down and burn on two seperate cds. Is there a way to increased the capacity of the cd burner. It's an HP cd-writer plus 7500 series.
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Have you tried using a different burning software?
IMGBurn is a great, free alternative burning solution. Simply download and install it, then open it, and it should automatically detect your DVD burner. Select what you would like to do, then click burn!
IMGBurn website: http://www.imgburn.com/
You should check for corruption of your CD/DVD burning software from whereever you got it. Sometimes some burning software isn't good enough to work adequately. I'd test some new burning software to see if that is the problem, if upbrading your burning software doesn;t do the trick. You can downlowad free trials of Roxio, NTI, and other good burners to test this hypothesis. And, of course, try calling LaCie support.
This would be Known As A conflict, ( With I.Player )
Why Don,t you try installing Another CD Burning Program. Neros Not The Only One.
Try Roxio Easy CD/DVD Creator, Or Look On The Internet For Burner Software For Download.
You should have enough memory to burn DVD and it eats a lot of time... Also before burning, close all other applications running as to set the computer for burning your DVD's set it to Maximum priority, which means you should not use the computer when the process starts. Disable also your screen saver and use an appropriate DVD-disc, pay attention to the specification of your DVD drive... If it has a DVD+ then use a DVD-CD that has a "+" sign, Don't burn too much DVD so your burner will last longer or won't easily damage... have it rest for awhile before burning again.
1. see to it that you have set your burning software to write to the disk.
2. try to use it on a cd, if it finishes the job, something is wron with your dvd drive.
3. make sure that the drive you have is really a dvddrive and not a cd drive.
4. upgrade youe burning software.