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Have you tried Nero? I want you to use the Power Cinema NE(Editor) its include in this package. Open the video file in the editor(Copy/Edit) Advance feature, you can do some editing if you wish and Produce. It will ask you what format will be the outcome(DVD Mpeg2). Once finished, this file is ready for burning. Burn it in Nero or Roxio as Data file since its already a DVD file. Hope it helps
i have vista and this worked for me
make sure cam is off and usb it to ur pc.
turn on cam and chose back up to pc
go to computer and open the foloders on your cam
minimize the page and drag the sd folder to your desktop
transfer files to windows movie maker
edit publish to whatever you want(dvd)
if you have vista you dont need the camera software,in fact the software sucks neway
This problem is weird because if you already tried using alot of disc and still it wont burn this can be a problem with the burners , this can be a softwarer related problem I will advice you to contact JVC and ask them if there's any software update for this devices...
Usually if it's a formating issue is because it is a wrong disc. Make sure what format the burner can use meaning if it's a - or +. Also, the sony brand disc don't work with anything but sony stuff so make sure it's not a sony disc.
A couple of quick observations:
-If you have two or more optical drives you could be inserting the disk in the wrong one.
-You may have just misspoke when you said *insert into the DVD/CD burner drive a CD-R disc* but just to make sure you need to be inserting a blank DVD disk and not a blank CD.
No offence intended, especially since I?ve made both of these mistakes in the past myself :)