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#1 oak42

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Posted 22 October 2011 - 12:59 PM

I have used Roxio Creator 2010 for two years and made many DVD's.  The last two weeks I have been unable to burn a project to the disk. It says I have a memory problem at

Failed to start the image writing operation Error while  Burning Image
80004003 Error while  Aborting

I have run the original disk on "Repair Mode" and still have the problem.  I tried different settings for length from HQ to SP, and still get the Error message.

Windows XP user.  I have made about 15 DVD's with this program.  Why now does it stop???

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Posted 22 October 2011 - 03:38 PM

View Postoak42, on 22 October 2011 - 12:59 PM, said:

I have used Roxio Creator 2010 for two years and made many DVD's.  The last two weeks I have been unable to burn a project to the disk. It says I have a memory problem at

Failed to start the image writing operation Error while  Burning Image
80004003 Error while  Aborting

I have run the original disk on "Repair Mode" and still have the problem.  I tried different settings for length from HQ to SP, and still get the Error message.

Windows XP user.  I have made about 15 DVD's with this program.  Why now does it stop???

Not much useful information in your post.
Exactly where does it fail? What program from C2010 are you using when it fails? How long in time is the project?
What are your system specs? How much free disc space do you have? Have you defragged the drive lately?
Have you tried to burn to a image file of foder set instead of directly to DVD?

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Posted 23 October 2011 - 03:38 AM

If I may, ---  that may be an indication that your burner may be failing.  Have you tried a different brand of disc after defragging your hard drive?  You may have to update the firmware for the burner but if it worked up to now, it may be something else.  

Can you borrow an external USB connected burner from a friend?

Here is a KB article on burning errors.  Try some of the suggestions before updating the firmware.  If you don't update the firmware properly, you will make a small boat anchor.
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