I have a NEC NR 7900A music burner that came with my dell
It burns music, and I have a program for burning movies called apollo divX, but my NEC NR 7900A won't let me burn movies...why? Could you please help me to upgrade it so I can burn movies on it? I have already burned some movies to azureus and they work on my windows media player, but I would' love to watcht them on my tv. I have cancer and going through chemo right now and can't afford the premium assistance right now. Could you please help me, and tell me how to upgrade my burner so that I can do movies on it please..thank you very much..Cathie M
Re: I have a NEC NR 7900A music burner that came with my...
It Sounds like you need a CODEC, to DECode the movie, so that it will burn it. Try this: goto http://www.dvd43.com download the decrypter. Install it, and you should be able to burn most, if not all the newer DVD's.
Let me know if this does not work for you. If that happens, let me know what version of Windows you are using
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Use Ctrl-Alt-Del and use 'Task Manager':
- Under the 'Applications' tab, you will find all the 'application' that are runnning.
- Under the 'Processes' tab, you will find any processes that is running and if you sort the 'CPU' column by clicking on it, it will show any processes that is grabbing your computer resources.
In your case, I would suspect that you have 'AUTOPLAY' enabled and each time you insert a Music or DVD movies, it is trying to run a program like Media Player or DIVX player: if prompted, just tell your machine to do nothing or go into Windows Explorer.
Hope it helps.
Go to this webpage and you will be able to solve the problem. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314060#letmefixit Basicallly, you'll be resetting the registry to recognize your CD ROM again. Be SURE TO FOLLOW STEP BY STEP. Print the instructions first so that you don't lose your place.
Don't know if I can help or not, but this what I do.
I've downloaded the DIVx player and converter software (free) to my computer. I can download mpeg, avi movies, etc, and convert them to DIVx format if I need to. The DIVx player has a 'burn' feature that is fast and burns them in a DIVx format. My old DVD Recorder will not play DIVx format but my 'cheap' Phillips will. I just keep it hooked up to my old DVD recorder through the front RCA input jacks. When I want to play a DIVx movie and watch it on the TV, I use the cheap Phillips player. I have to change the input on my old DVD Recorder to 'Front Input. I usually record the movie on a DVD R in my DVD Recorder while I'm watching it if I want to keep a copy to play later on the DVD Recorder. Most of the time, I burn the movies to RW DVD and erase them later.
I don't remember the web site for the DIVx players and converters, but you should be able to find it with a search.
Hi. This is common. It usually means the laser diode is too weak to burn the layer on the disc, or the lens has lost it's clarity. This means the optical pickup assembly requires replacement. Probably time to replace the drive.
The movie you had downloaded is in AVI or divx format ....for that you need to have a divx enabled DVD Player....... If your dvd player does't support DivX format .... it won't play it.. Try running that movie in DivX enable DVD Player Cheers - Parveen
This does sound like a defective drive, most likely a laser / reader issue, because the refractive properties of the CDR is different from a "pressed" disk it looks like thia failed TOC seek issue, the head starts at the center of the disk and reads outwards, the click noise is most likeley the head reaching the terminus (the outer limit of the motorised movement), the drive then unable to find the TOC gives up and decides the disk is unreadable.
if this drive is within the manufacturer's Warrantee period I would reccommend sending it back.