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hi there, it sounds like your dvd/cd drive does not support the cd you have. If you have burned videos using this cd before then its most likely a problem with nero, try updating the program if there is one available. If that fails, try a different cd and see if it will work then. And if it's not working with a different cd then it's definately either your cd/dvd drive or nero itself that the problem is with. Try using a different program like IMGBURN(free download) just to see if you can burn with that program instead. If it's still not working either your cd/dvd drive does not support the type of cd you have or your cd/dvd drive burner has failed in which case you will need to replace the drive or purchase an external cd/dvd drive. Hope this helps and best of luck with it. If you need more assistance reply back to me and i'll be happy to help. :)
make sure all leads that are attached to your drives dvd\cd 3 1/2 inch floppy have secure connections and are not faulty even the electic extensions or just replace them they are probably old and faulty ?
At first, there's no CD+R, just CD-R, but there is DVD-R and DVD+R.
From the customers point of view there's no big difference between DVD-R and DVD+R. The price for one disc is basically the same. The writing speed, the capacity also. It's just the matter what type of hardware do you want to use, does it supports DVD-R or DVD+R or both formats.
A great source can be found on Wikipedia. About DVD+R: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DVD%2BR About DVD-R: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DVD-R About CD-R: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CD-R
P.S. There are also Double Layered discs DVD-R DL and DVD+R DL and DVD-RAM
These drives are very picky about the CD's and DVD's they accept because the chemicals on the different manufacturers DVD and CD's are all different. What you will have to do is experiment with different brands... for example go buy very few Verbatim DVD's if the brand works for you stick with it. Unfortunately they don't tell the customers about this... but every burner I have... there are some brand CD and DVD that won't be accepted by the drive. For a shortcut by the CD or DVD's that the manual recommends that is most certainly to work and lets you cut to the chase more expendiantly without wasting money. Good Luck