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    Vhs To Dvd Pro 3, Change Working Directory?

    I have a 60GB SSD. I have 15GB now. It was 6GB. I found a hidden file that was 9GB. Thanks for the help.
  2. I have VHS to DVD Pro 3 installed and working just fine. I installed it specifying that the Record directory is on a different drive. The issue I have now is when I go to burn a DVD I get an error that there isn't enough room to create / compile the video. Which means that the 'working directory' is still on the C:\ drive where the software is installed. 1. How can I change where the working directory is? I want it to be on the same drive where the videos are. 2. Can this be done without uninstalling and reinstalling the software? Thanks.
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    Vhs To Dvd Pro 3, Change Working Directory?

    Ok, thanks.
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    Vhs To Dvd Pro 3, Change Working Directory?

    W7 Home.
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    Vhs To Dvd Pro 3, Change Working Directory?

    I have a small SSD for the OS. Also my \windows\winsxs folder is huge (35GB) and disk cleanup doesn't reduce it by much. (-5GB).
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    Stuck At 97%

    This should be a known issue to Roxio. I have the same issue. I burn a video to a DVD and when it gets to 97% it just hangs there. The DVD drive lite just continually flashes. There's no way to interrupt it. A couple updates ago you could open and then close the DVD drive and it would finish, now that doesn't even work. I give it 15 to 20 minutes at the 97%. Then I close the program which will eventually release the drive. The DVD is closed and works just fine. Best I can trace the problem to is a bug in Roxio's software when talking to the DVD drive. I find it's not 100% compatible with the current SATA / RAID controllers. If you revert to an older SATA / RAID controller software version, the Roxio software will work a bit better. However it probably won't totally fix it.
  7. Hello, I use Roxio VHS to DVD 3 Plus on Windows 7 Home. I have made videos for a few years. Now when I go to make a DVD I get the error Please insert a recordable DVD. In the selection it shows my DVD drive, if I hit the eject button it opens the DVD. Sometimes when I use the eject button and the drive opens and then closes it will show that there's a blank disc ready for recording. But then it changes back to the insert a disc after 5 seconds. Searching the forum I installed the suggested drive update/fix, it didn't help. Even tho I'm using Win 7 my version of VHS to DVD is updated to the latest update which includes the Win10 drivers. How do I get the VHS to DVD software to acknowledge that there is a blank DVD disc in the drive? PS. I'm posting this here because there isn't anyway for me to create a new post on any of the forums. I can only reply. I don't know why.