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Because I find it a little odd that my old little thing works wonderfully but any newer high quality DVD players I have tried won't let me watch the whole movie You can hit I/O's site for recommendations also. by JCitizen / October 27, 2012 3:10 PM PDT In reply to: Digital Rights Protection? If you are trying to copy material that is copyrighted, the originals may have some copyright protection that will interact with the protection in your software. http://revolutionpc.net/dvd-burning/dvd-writing.html

Conmoy, if you have some doubts about your mediums, check their surface with a check disk tool like Nero CD/DVD speed, and you can also make a burn in the same The moment i opened the tray the amount of heat coming out was huge [no smoke or anything just hot air ] . Since you are burning music, this whole thing is especially tru as the burning software has no idea how many tracks you are going to put on there. I've just burned 5 DVDs (at different speeds, including full 16x) and they all worked good, no freezing or anything. check my blog


Apart from that any other program I use looks like its copying but nothing comes up on the disk. Restart EAC and see if that fixes things. Most computers made in the last few years have SATA connections.Peek inside. The registry fix plus some other command-line utilities I ran as well as removing the drive and adding back did nothing to fix my issue.

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I ruined several cds until I realized that I had to open my preferences and stop my screen saver until after I had finished burning my cds. Since the new drive worked perfectly on the current SW .... by sbort / November 21, 2015 3:10 PM PST In reply to: Something to try with your CD/DVD burner/player problem... Unfortuanately that has to do with what software you are using.

Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top Topic Closed This topic has been closed to new replies. Nero Proper DVD's, I assume your talking about the ones you purchase, these disc are not burnt. mickeyfrith, Apr 22, 2009 #14 apileocole Lush Life Gort Location: San Luis Obispo California mickeyfrith said: ↑ My new CD/DVD burner came with Nero 8. http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/can-only-burn-2-of-dvd-then-my-burner-freezes-up I decided to see if the sata cables in some way had to do anything with the problem so i shut my PC down and unplugged the external cables and kept

DVD Identifier will show three different disc manufacturers in a single spindle. The only one I'm suspect of a program is the utilities one. Installed it with no problem and popped in a CD-RW to test burn with EAC, which is the program I almost always use for burning CD's. Can Nero do this too?


Altogether I've maybe burnt 50 DVD\CD's with this burner. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/244791-32-player-freezes-skips-play-burnt I personally use TY (the best blanks made in Japan, bought online) @ 4x for home/family movies and other info that I do not want to lose. Imgburn But it might be that the PATA driver modules and the IDE emulation of the hardware produce similar deadlocks as real PATA master/slave concurrency. As for the burning issue with my new external drive, I've been using EAC to rip and ImgBurn to burn, per the instructions of several and you, and so far that's

That last move always works, and takes the least amount of trouble, when the problem is chronic.Here recently my IR controller in the Device Manager showed that it had a "splat"(IT this contact form Is it taking longer than expected to burn a disk? Sometimes the factory formatting will hose all the disks in a pack. For example, your drive with the "TS" model is made by Toshiba-Samsung.

As far as the burning goes, sometimes it doesn't goes as fast as it should. Programming is not Do tomato-based sauces change/enhance flavour when left in the fridge? Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top ScottW Posts: 6609 This post has been reported. have a peek here From doing some googling it appears as if I have the lastest firmware.

How can I find out if EAC isn't compatible with the drive? Try other media if you have it. Check that too!6) See if you can burn data CDs using a few files.7) It could be hardware, but a bad burner will usually NOT burn anything.Note that you don't need

Anyway, any recommendations on a replacement burner?

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I had to cancel it, but the disc had already burned by then and is playing just fine. Then you know it's not a Nero/software problem. Loading... Check This Out I don't know what you watch movies on, but transcoded full discs look horrid on my 42" 1080p and are unwatchable on my 720p front projector @ 92".

I use DVD FAB, DVD Shrink and NERO to burn the final product. When I try to watch them in my friends Philips surround sound DVD player that is only like 2 years old, they skip all over and freeze. NOTHING seems to fix it. Is it easy to use and reliable?

Turned out I needed to change the burn speed. If you do a System Restore to before the update-------there is usually a restore point made before the up date is done so you can select that one. In otheres, there is an option or a check-box to select to tell it to close the disk after you are done burning. Also, verify the cable is on fully seated at both ends.

EAC isn't really the most accomplished for burning.

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