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I am trying to burn my football games from both back up folder and direct dvd. Power Cinema will only let me burn 50 files at a time.  1 game is way more that 50 shots.  When I try to burn the rest of a game on another disk, I get error code FF030C00.  I don't know what that means and I don't know where I could find what that error code means.  I want to know how i can burn more files at a time on to one disk and how I can burn files using an entire disk instead of a small fraction of disk space.

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  • howard69 Dec 05, 2007

    Yes I have the same thing

  • piengpen lim Mar 05, 2008

    i have the same problem ,i couldn't burn my dvd because it let only 50 shots...how can i do ?...

  • alex73 Mar 09, 2008

    I have 1 hour of recording which is about 3000mb.That should easily fit onto 4.7 Gb disc.Why it is asking me for at least 4 discs to be inserted?

    JVC charges us "an arm and the leg" how about at least telling us about this 50 file only problem, that everyone seems to be having..

  • scott4570 Apr 05, 2008

    trying to burn disk get error code ff030c00 what do i do to fix it?

  • beccylynn Nov 04, 2008

    I also get the error code FF030C00 constantly and have NO idea what this error code is for. I am lucky if I can burn one disk out of 20 try's. Please, help!

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Error Code FF030C00

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I am trying to burn some stuff and I keep getting this error message. FFOS2102. What does that mean?

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I am looking for a solution to my software problem when I bumped intoyour query and right after that a possible solution.
Here is the link... I hope it works

http://www2.cli.co.jp/products/ne/update_everioM7SD/pcm4e_update.htm

this one allows you to make 98 insted of just 50..goodluck

Posted on Dec 10, 2007

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SOURCE: error code FF030C00

Thank you for the suggestion. I tried 3 different DVD types DVD +R, -R & RW I found that I only get the error on the DVD +R

Posted on Jan 09, 2008

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SOURCE: problems with Power Cinema

Yes,
just use WMV to put the clips together.
Bye..

Posted on Jul 24, 2008

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SOURCE: Tried to burn a DVD using Power Cinema by going

means you have a faulty or failed DVD burner (error is Power Calibration Error, returned through the ATAPI driver). Test with different /branded/ blank media, if none work then replace the drive.If you find one that works, stock up.

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