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I would try simply copying one of the already completed discs using a stable and well known burning program like Nero.
Programs like Pinnacle can be very temperamental when exporting their projects to disc.
this is to do with settings in Nero.
The book-Type is settings For CD/DVD et,c.
The actual Format the disk has to be written in. If you,ve got the book-type set to write a CD for example, and burned a DVD. it would error as it needs to write more data, than the Disk Allows.
CD 650mb. DVD 4370 mb or equivalent.
I,d uninstall-re-install nero, and ensure you select your type of disk to Compile. Which will automatically select The Correct Book-Type for The compilation required.
You need to use a program like Sonic/Roxio Easy DVD Suite. Using Nero, you most probably simply burnt a movie "file" to the DVD, and this is not something 99% of the stand-alone DVD players out there understand. A DVD must be in a certain format and "mastered" such that your stand-alone player will read it properly.
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.
The HP DVD 940 does not have any drivers to install. Just plug it in and reboot your PC and the device will be available but you will need CD/DVD recording software. HP shipped the device with Nero v.6 and this is the disk that you need.
update to the latest firmware/drivers, and the latest nero.
It could be your drive or media. Try cleaning the lens with a comercial DVD lens cleaner or sometimes some compressed air will do the trick.
Try also to write an image of the disk to the Hard drive. that could rule out any of the software... :-)
And also try burning CD's. it might be that the DVD burning mechanism is screwed.
Close as many programs as you can before burning, it might be a memory problem.
And finaly check your DMA setting - http://home.comcast.net/~bbmayo/checking%20DMA.pdf