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#1 dnkboese

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Posted 23 March 2006 - 08:03 PM

Attempting to copy a home-made DVD. With some discs, no matter what I do, Roxio freezes immediately. I can open Roxio first, then put the disc in the drive - Roxio freezes, and if I am able to get it to function, it says the drive is busy with the Roxio Burning Manager (? - can't remember exact words, because now I can't duplicate it)

I can have the disc in the drive, open Roxio, and it won't even respond.

Any thoughts? I'm using Windows XP, Service Pack 2 - and again, this doesn't happen with all discs.

Thanks,
Dave

one other thing - the PC won't open the drive either. I have to re-boot to get my disc out, even though Roxio is shut down...

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Posted 23 March 2006 - 08:47 PM

Attempting to copy a home-made DVD. With some discs, no matter what I do, Roxio freezes immediately. I can open Roxio first, then put the disc in the drive - Roxio freezes, and if I am able to get it to function, it says the drive is busy with the Roxio Burning Manager (? - can't remember exact words, because now I can't duplicate it)

I can have the disc in the drive, open Roxio, and it won't even respond.

Any thoughts? I'm using Windows XP, Service Pack 2 - and again, this doesn't happen with all discs.

Thanks,
Dave

one other thing - the PC won't open the drive either. I have to re-boot to get my disc out, even though Roxio is shut down...


Disable Drag to Disc. Better yet, uninstall it.

If you are using D2D to try to copy anything related to video, you are using the wrong program in suite. I am not joking when I say to uninstall D2D. What exactly is the process you are doing? You failed to mention that in your post.

Edited by grandpabruce, 23 March 2006 - 08:49 PM.

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#3 dnkboese

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Posted 24 March 2006 - 05:36 AM

Thanks for the advice, grandpa, I will give that a try! I did find a way around it - I used windows explorer to copy the VOB files to my hard drive, and then I can burn the image to disc.

I was attempting to make back-up copies of my home movies...

Dave

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Posted 24 March 2006 - 05:47 AM

Thanks for the advice, grandpa, I will give that a try! I did find a way around it - I used windows explorer to copy the VOB files to my hard drive, and then I can burn the image to disc.

I was attempting to make back-up copies of my home movies...

Dave


You can make copies of your DVD, by using Disc Copier.

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#5 dnkboese

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Posted 24 March 2006 - 10:58 AM

You can make copies of your DVD, by using Disc Copier.


Except that, with this particular disc, for whatever reason, Roxio freezes and I have to do the 'ol CTRL-ALT-DEL to close it down because it doesn't respond.

I will uninstall the drag-to-disc and see if that helps. Thanks!

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Posted 24 March 2006 - 01:50 PM

Except that, with this particular disc, for whatever reason, Roxio freezes and I have to do the 'ol CTRL-ALT-DEL to close it down because it doesn't respond.

I will uninstall the drag-to-disc and see if that helps. Thanks!


Lets us know how it turns out.

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