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Those DVDs can only hold 120 minutes of video. You'll have to cut up the video footage to 2 hour blocks, or change the recording options to burn a data DVD versus video DVD and compress the 6 hour long videos down to less than 4.7GB total.
this is a very common problem for all CD/DVD drives... sometimes.. there are CD-R DvD-R brands that will not work with your CD/DVD drive... its compatibility issues... another possibility is that the CD burning was bad.
Is this an older drive? Possible that the drive is dying. I had this happen to me once. I ended up buying a new cd/dvd burner. The laser works different when reading verse burning, so it is possible that it is dead, but still working just enough to burn.
I was also suffering this problem with Nero 6. To solve your Problem first make sure that the windows you are using that supports your Software if supports, then your Optical Drive may not Write in high speed 16x or 18x, write your files in DVD in little bit slow speed, after doing all this if it gives same problem then Please reinstall your windows you are using.