I've been using Kodak Easyshare software to burn pictures to CDs using the pioneer DVR-111D DVD RW. Yesterday I was able to burn pictures, but today and now everytime I try I get this error message "There is a burner error. Pictures cannot be copied to disk". I use the recommended speed of 16x, also tried 32x. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling, shutting off the computer, and using different disks. My next step will be to take out the drive and put it back in. Looking for a little advice before I take it to that step. Thanks!
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Re: Internal Burner Error
My sugestion is not to burn at 16x but to burn at 8x and use another burning software that allowsx you to burn at 8x speed as I've found I get alot of errors at max burn on my burner.
so I dropped the burnner speed and have not had any problems with burning.
hope this helps
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I had the same problem before upgrading my RAM. Seems video burning software like nero are RAM hogs; if you do not have a large amount of RAM then it slowers the burning speed down to a crawl.[ BTW I didn't get maximum burning speeds using nero on a Windows Vista computer until I upgraded to 2 GB RAM] Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer.
Yes you can when playing the DVD on a computer, there are softwares that switch your DVD-ROM region to suit your DVD and so you can play it, well before i give you links to the site providing such a software let me first check the legality of such softwares.
The manual likely is at the Pioneer website. But why do you need it? These drives stick in your computer pretty easily, and only function if you have a good DVD burning program installed. Did it come with an installation CD? Your burning program may be on that. If you run into trouble, just call Pioneer--they owe it to you.