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BURNING TO DVD


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18 hours ago, freddy61 said:

Has anyone come across an error code 2147500035 if so how to sort it out please  Thanks

With the limited info you provided, I suggest that you search there forums for that error code.  There are several topics that list that code.  You will have to pick the one that fits your setup. Also since you are new, I want to remind you that this is not tech support --- just us users here ! 

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I have searched ever were for this code and I get close but not even Corel want to know.

I am just trying to find out If someone has the same problem as it is very annoying going round and round I must have contacted Roxio and Corel and no one has been able to help me 

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2 hours ago, freddy61 said:

I have searched ever were for this code and I get close but not even Corel want to know.

I am just trying to find out If someone has the same problem as it is very annoying going round and round I must have contacted Roxio and Corel and no one has been able to help me 

As sknis has posted, you have provided very little information. Exactly what is your project, how long in time, at what point do you get the error? What program from the NXT 7 suite are you using? Are you able to render your project to a mpg file? You have to give us some information

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I have looked at the answers to this error and checked  them out  I am on windows 10, I am using nxt7, the slide show I am doing which was done in video wave with photographs and transitions and music  then created a video in mpg which is only about 7 minutes long and it still come up as before.

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Code 2147500037  is the decimal value for Error 0x80004005, unspecified error, so that isn't much use to you.

BurnerState_Aborting failure, which you didn't mention, is probably more useful but even then it's delightfully vague - Thanks Microsoft.

Since there's something going wrong when you're trying to burn to disc, maybe you can find out if the error is happening while the disc is being assembled, or when it tries to actually burn to plastic.     During the burn dialog can you tell the software to Burn to Disc Image instead of an actual disc?   If it can successfully make an ISO, then you know the assembly is fine but something's wrong with the burner - or vice versa.

Try that and let us know how it goes.

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Thank you for your help I have list below screen shots in order as I have finished the slide show  the 3rd one being production1 in mpg file.

Yesterday actually 1 did burn and then I started to have the errors but I did not do any thing different that's what is weird.

I used to use Roxio Creator 2012 and it was brilliant and I have been using Roxio for years and this is the first time I have had so many problems.

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Hello,

Did you try 'burning' your production to a disc image?  Did the process complete?

What were you doing when you got that BurnerState_Aborting error?

(I still run Creator 2012 under Windows 10 - it's better than NXT)

Brendon

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I thought you could only use Roxio Creator2012 up to Vista Windows I never could use it with Windows 10 because the same reason when you got to the end of the slide show it would not let you burn the disc otherwise I would never have purchased NXT7.

Just of to bed now midnight here in Birmingham UK  but Thank You for trying to help me very much appreciated.

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On 4/18/2020 at 11:00 PM, Brendon said:

Hello,

Did you try 'burning' your production to a disc image?  Did the process complete?

What were you doing when you got that BurnerState_Aborting error?

(I still run Creator 2012 under Windows 10 - it's better than NXT)

Brendon

yes I could convert the file to iso

 

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On 4/25/2020 at 6:52 AM, freddy61 said:

yes I could convert the file to iso

Thank you.  I've been waiting for that information.

There are two fairly distinct parts to burning a disc.  First is the planning, assembling, sorting, rendering, and preparing your data, then making an image.  The other is actually burning it to plastic.    Usually the first part is the trickiest since there are so many things the software has to do, but in your case you've successfully done that and produced an ISO image.   The error has happened when the machine is trying to burn that ISO image to plastic disc, so that's where we need to look.

Unfortunately that error message is just telling us there was a burn error, and it isn't telling us why or how.  We still don't know if it's the burning software, or something wrong with the drive.  Here you're going to need some blank discs, or a rewriteable one.

-first:  Can you burn that ISO to disc with the Roxio module Burn Image to Disc?   If not, what happens?

-if not:  Can you burn the ISO to disc with other software such as ImgBurn (written by Lightning UK, so he might be a Brit)

-if not:  Can you burn anything to disc with your burner drive?

Brendon

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On ‎4‎/‎16‎/‎2020 at 8:39 PM, freddy61 said:

Has anyone come across an error code 2147500035 if so how to sort it out please  Thanks

Seems to come up a lot and has various people scratching their head. I googled the error code and there's posts about this going back several years and not just Roxio specific. One response came up with this:

This error occurs whenever a video or movie is badly encoded. Note: if code 2147500035 appears while burning it means one or more movies are bad. Either re-download the movie or recreate it if you made it. Mine came from Youtube & needed to be re-downloaded again!  Best I can tell you.  

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