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Nero burn error

I have nero 8. Haveing compiled a movie the burn process is not completing.
From the error log file I have extracted the following error information which T trust you can decipher for me.

GCCore COM Object CLSID:RILD - error ) 0x80040273

ERROR
CAUSE: 128(nmc_processing_excption) SOURCE:DEGUardNMCConversion description:SEH EXCEPTION caught during INEROMediaconverter:: DOconvertsion ( )

#1 SPTI -1066 File SCSIPassthrough.cpp, line196 CdPomO:SCSIStatus (xO2) WinError(0) NeroError(-1066
SenseKey 0X05 KEY-ILLEGAL_REQUEST) (( NOTE: This section can be repeated several times with sequential numbers))

EXPRESSUI Burn process failed with status 3 AMCUIBase Setting 'ENU" as Nero File Dialog Language


N.B. This a Home Video not a copywrite movie.

Thank you in anticipation.

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This is a corrupt install, Please follow the directions below, also, before you install nero 8 again, Please Turn Off any Antivirus Software, it may stop certian Drivers from Fullly installing.

Please use the Nero Clean Tools, Remove all of Nero 8, and also nero 7, if installed and any Roxio burning applications.




Install the Newest Nero 8 Update, and Put in your serial Number in the DEMO box, it will convert it to the full version.


You have a conflict, also ,
Update your Video Drivers and Direct X Drivers, They are needed to use Nero 8, You will get errors if the are not the current version's, and Nero will Run much smoother.


Let me know if you need any further help


good luck

Posted on May 06, 2008

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