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jhschults

102 Character Limit

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Hopefully this is the correct place for this post, if not, forgive me.

 

I'm trying to burn a file folder using Roxio Creator Business 10.Towards the end, I receive the following error.

 

Error1.jpg

 

After reading around on the Internet about the error, I made some changes to the Data Options as seen below.

 

Error2.jpg

 

I am still having issues burning my disc. Any ideas on what I can do to resolve this?

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The "filename" also includes the entire path to get there...

 

In your picture there are 37 characters used up before the '...'

 

Discs are cheap why not burn each folder content to its' own disc and label it in a way that makes sense???

 

Also, I am guessing that you are burning because it matters. High Quality media (Verbatim (Singapore) and Taiyo Yuden (JVC)) are brands you are looking for and maybe the new M-DISCs, with burner, should be considered.

 

If it is really important, rule of 3 applies!

 

3 discs stored at 3 separate locations along with 3 HDD backups -_-

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This doesn't answer the question about changing the 102 character limit. You may not see any reason why it would be needed, but sometimes it is critical to keep the entire path and the folder structure.

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I am still having issues burning my disc. Any ideas on what I can do to resolve this?

You could look a little further into the Options settings, and choose ISO level 2, which will give you longer filenames. (If you have longer paths than that, you need to adapt your systems to the DVD standards, rather than vice-versa.)

 

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I see your screenclips come with white bars across the top instead of blue. Are you running this under Windows 10? If you are, please be aware that this 2008 software is not fully compatible with Windows 10. You can see the list of compatible software here.

 

Regards,

Brendon

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An alternative solution (if Brendon's solution still doesn't satisfy your needs) is to zip your files into a path/file that will fit within the limits of the filesystem (which you can't avoid), and then write the zip file to the CD/DVD. You can restore the full path/filename when you unzip the file.

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