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Disc Copier not copying image, errors out after compression step


shatterstorm

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I am trying to copy a DVD for my employer (a plant safety DVD, exciting stuff) from an image file using Disc Copier. After starting the process, and watching it get to 100% of Compressing, either Disc Copier errors out or it reports the process is complete, but nothing is burned. The DVD is then useless, as it reposts back as a Data disc instead of a blank or having the actual video on it. When it errors out, I get the following in Event Viewer:

 

Faulting application disccopier8.exe, version 8.0.5.74, faulting module dragon30.dll, version 3.0.5.56, fault address 0x00037f9d.

 

There are no updates on the Roxio site for my product. I am unable to try a reinstall until tomorrow as I do not have the original media on me (Boxed version from buy.com). This process has worked in the past for previous videos. I have tried recreating my image thinking it was corrupted, but I get the same results. I am hoping someone else has seen this error and is able to help or provide guidance towards a resolution.

 

System specs:

Dual Core Athlon x64 4400

1 GB RAM

150 GB HD (74 GB free)

NVIDIA GeForce 6600 128 MB PCI-X

SONY DVD-ROM DDU1615

LITE-ON DVDRW SHW-160P6S

Windows XP x64, fully patched

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I am trying to copy a DVD for my employer (a plant safety DVD, exciting stuff) from an image file using Disc Copier. After starting the process, and watching it get to 100% of Compressing, either Disc Copier errors out or it reports the process is complete, but nothing is burned. The DVD is then useless, as it reposts back as a Data disc instead of a blank or having the actual video on it. When it errors out, I get the following in Event Viewer:

 

Faulting application disccopier8.exe, version 8.0.5.74, faulting module dragon30.dll, version 3.0.5.56, fault address 0x00037f9d.

 

There are no updates on the Roxio site for my product. I am unable to try a reinstall until tomorrow as I do not have the original media on me (Boxed version from buy.com). This process has worked in the past for previous videos. I have tried recreating my image thinking it was corrupted, but I get the same results. I am hoping someone else has seen this error and is able to help or provide guidance towards a resolution.

 

System specs:

Dual Core Athlon x64 4400

1 GB RAM

150 GB HD (74 GB free)

NVIDIA GeForce 6600 128 MB PCI-X

SONY DVD-ROM DDU1615

LITE-ON DVDRW SHW-160P6S

Windows XP x64, fully patched

Could this one be copyrighted? DRM protected?

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