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Windows 10 Dvd Drive And Burn Conflict


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I am running windows 10 and have two DVD dives on my desktop unit. When I try to burn a DVD after editing it I insert a blank DVD hit the burn button. The trim window follows then the burn scale bar appears and reads 97%. At the same time I get a prompt from Windows ask if I want drive to be USB or DVD. Simultaneously the disk is ejected and the burning process is halted. There appears to be know way to burn the DVD. The program VHS to DVD 3 Plus wants to do one thing with the drive and Windows 10 wants to do its thing. Anyone have a solution. It does the for either of my DVD drive.

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I am running windows 10 and have two DVD dives on my desktop unit. When I try to burn a DVD after editing it I insert a blank DVD hit the burn button. The trim window follows then the burn scale bar appears and reads 97%. At the same time I get a prompt from Windows ask if I want drive to be USB or DVD. Simultaneously the disk is ejected and the burning process is halted. There appears to be know way to burn the DVD. The program VHS to DVD 3 Plus wants to do one thing with the drive and Windows 10 wants to do its thing. Anyone have a solution. It does the for either of my DVD drive.

 

 

That is Windows OS burning engine along with Windows Auto Play.

 

Just click cancel or change your Auto Play option's under Control Panel Auto Play Option's.

 

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Hey there everyone,

I have had the same issue, where i have put my dvd in and waited for it to burn... yes i tried different dvds and they were only dvds not cds. But it was always stuck on 97%. However.. I emailed support and they sent me this in return.

 

Delete temp files.
1.Click on the Windows button and the"R" keys on your keyboard both at the same time.
2. Type %temp% in the RUN command window.
3. Hit Enter and the Temp directory will open.
4. Hit Ctrl+A on the keyboard to Select All.
5. Hit the Delete key and then press OK or hit Enter to the message asking if you are sure you wish to delete.
6. Skip all files that cannot be deleted (there will usually be about 3 to 5 temp files in use by windows at any given time which cannot be deleted).
7. Close out of the temp directory.
8. Empty recylce bin.
9. Restart the computer

 

I then tried a dvd and it did the same thing where it sat for 97%, but i waited just in case and in about 5-10 minutes it ejected the dvd completed and working. Hope this helps!

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