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E80070057 is a displayed error code.

I’m trying to burn a DVD using Roxio Easy CD &DVD Creator 6. I have in the past always been able to burn too DVD no problem. Now however, it just comes up with this error E80070057. There is no attempt to burn DVD, yet it does CD’s. The Driver is a NEC DVD-RWND-3530A. Can anybody help?

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E80070057 is a displayed error code.

I’m trying to burn a DVD using Roxio Easy CD &DVD Creator 6. I have in the past always been able to burn too DVD no problem. Now however, it just comes up with this error E80070057. There is no attempt to burn DVD, yet it does CD’s. The Driver is a NEC DVD-RWND-3530A. Can anybody help?

What's gone wrong... ;)

I assume you mean the drive is a NEC DVD-RW ND-3530A. The "driver" is a bit of softwaae that enables the Operating System to communicate with the hardware; and the missing space between W and N makes a major difference.

http://www.cdrinfo.com/Sections/Reviews/Sp...ArticleId=13809

 

Error E80070057 decodes to "the parameter is incorrect". What is it that you are attempting to burn - what is the file extension, and what is the source?

 

Lynn

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Hi Folks thanks for the reply. All I can say is the burn method that I use has worked satisfactory for some time, i.e. my method is fine, something has happened. I have eyes the size of dustbin lids trying to resolve this problem. I have reinstalled the program three times with the up dates. I have removed other programs that I no longer use, I have updated the drivers. I have restored the system to January. Now the situation is worse. I call up DVD builder in the normal way. I import fills in the normal way. I hit the big Burn button in the normal way. Then it all goes wrong. Now Burn Project window is very sick looking, i.e. nil options. I hit OK anyway and now it says “There are no recorders installed in your system. I have however notice that I have IE7 in the add/remove department, I’m about to pluck up enough courage to delete it, as advised, by Larry, Help...

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Hi Folks thanks for the reply. All I can say is the burn method that I use has worked satisfactory for some time, i.e. my method is fine, something has happened. I have eyes the size of dustbin lids trying to resolve this problem. I have reinstalled the program three times with the up dates. I have removed other programs that I no longer use, I have updated the drivers. I have restored the system to January. Now the situation is worse. I call up DVD builder in the normal way. I import fills in the normal way. I hit the big Burn button in the normal way. Then it all goes wrong. Now Burn Project window is very sick looking, i.e. nil options. I hit OK anyway and now it says "There are no recorders installed in your system. I have however notice that I have IE7 in the add/remove department, I'm about to pluck up enough courage to delete it, as advised, by Larry, Help...

Let us know when you do remove IE 7 and if that takes care of it or not. Until you take that step, there isn't much else we can suggest with that incompatible program in the way.

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Larry; thanks for that. I have deleted IE7 indeed many other programs; I also deleted and reinstalled Roxio. I’m now back too the original problem… Disc Creation Errors “E80070057 the parameter is incorrect.”

It’s as it was when I first had the problem. It works all correctly even burns or it thinks it has. Until its finish and throws up the error message. I’m beginning to think I should cut my loss and through it over the hedge. Trouble is it was working nicely.

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First, you never did answer something I asked earlier -

 

Error E80070057 decodes to "the parameter is incorrect". What is it that you are attempting to burn - what is the file extension, and what is the source?

 

Second, sometimes you need to use Microsoft's registry cleanup utility after an uninstall -

Microsoft Registry cleaner: http://support.microsoft.com/?scid=kb;en-us;290301

 

Lynn

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Larry; thanks for that. I have deleted IE7 indeed many other programs; I also deleted and reinstalled Roxio. I'm now back too the original problem… Disc Creation Errors "E80070057 the parameter is incorrect."

It's as it was when I first had the problem. It works all correctly even burns or it thinks it has. Until its finish and throws up the error message. I'm beginning to think I should cut my loss and through it over the hedge. Trouble is it was working nicely.

 

Answer the questions from lynn in post #7.

 

Tell us as much as you can of what you are doing, Data, Music (if music what type MP3. WAV)

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Hi Lynn

I’m sorry I was hesitant in answering but I’m not sure that I can give you a good answer however, I’ll try.

I’m attempting to burn a DVD using DVD Builder on to a blank DVD-R 8x 4.7GB disc. This I have done successfully many times. I take a clip from My Video Folder and drag an drop it into Video A slot it has an extension .wmv I give it a title and hit the big burn button in my normal way. This then does the number crunching and eventually throws the disc out with the error message E80070057. Derek

I also run Windows clean up utility as you suggest, that ran for a bit then throw up Nortan Anitvires pnl which said High Risk what do you want to do with..C:\Document\derek...\startMs.vbs

Does that help?

B)

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Hi Lynn

I’m sorry I was hesitant in answering but I’m not sure that I can give you a good answer however, I’ll try.

I’m attempting to burn a DVD using DVD Builder on to a blank DVD-R 8x 4.7GB disc. This I have done successfully many times. I take a clip from My Video Folder and drag an drop it into Video A slot it has an extension .wmv I give it a title and hit the big burn button in my normal way. This then does the number crunching and eventually throws the disc out with the error message E80070057. Derek

NOW we are getting somewhere. If you have a .wmv file, it very well may have DRM (Digital Rights Management) code included to prevent it being copied. That would throw out the error E80070057 - Parameter errors.

I also run Windows clean up utility as you suggest, that ran for a bit then throw up Nortan Anitvirus pnl which said High Risk what do you want to do with..C:\Document\derek...\startMs.vbs

Does that help?

B)

The Windows registry cleaner is a valid program, which you have obtained from a known source. Tell Norton to let it run.

 

Lynn

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Hi Lynn

Okay I ran the MS Clean up Utility, too no avail. I’ve been three days trying to crack this problem, I’ve rang around friends, one of which tells me that he had a similar problem a year ago and ended up throwing over the wall. I very much appreciate your help in this matter but, if it doesn’t work to-day it’s going over the hedge, I’m just had it. I’ve now reduced a test film clip to a couple of minutes now, in an attempt to speed up the diagnostics, as I say it all appears normal untill the very end when it throws the disc out as clean as it went in, with the E80070057 error message.

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It doesn't make any difference the LENGTH of the clip. If it has DRM it can't be copied.

 

Go talk to the motion picture people and Microsoft about that.

 

You never did say where you got the clip from. You answer lots of irrelvant information, but skip the relevant stuff. And since you are talking to people who bought the program, not those who sell it, your comments about tossing it don't have much impact.

 

Lynn

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Hi Lynn

The film clips are from my digital camera and stored in My Videos folder as a.wmv files, I have used this camera for sometime, and I have follow the same procedure to copy. In fact I have tried to copy to Disc an old movie clip that remained on the pc in my Video files folder. Needless to say it doesn’t copy now either. The reason I reduced the size of the file was that it became very annoying to wait an hour or so for it to tell me it hasn’t worked…The procedure has worked in the past. I’m wondering whether the DVD hardware copier is faulty, it does however, copy word files and the like to CD, using the same hardware…Clue, I’ve just tried to play an old DVD burnt sometime ago and it comes up with ..This does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Create an association in folder options control panel. This is new. What do I do?????

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Hi Lynn

The film clips are from my digital camera and stored in My Videos folder as a.wmv files, I have used this camera for sometime, and I have follow the same procedure to copy. In fact I have tried to copy to Disc an old movie clip that remained on the pc in my Video files folder. Needless to say it doesn't copy now either. The reason I reduced the size of the file was that it became very annoying to wait an hour or so for it to tell me it hasn't worked…The procedure has worked in the past. I'm wondering whether the DVD hardware copier is faulty, it does however, copy word files and the like to CD, using the same hardware…Clue, I've just tried to play an old DVD burnt sometime ago and it comes up with ..This does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Create an association in folder options control panel. This is new. What do I do?????

 

There are two 'burn' mechanisms in a DVD burner. Does the burner manufacturer have any software on their website support that would allow you to test the burner to see if it's working correctly?

 

As to the old DVD...... hit Cancel, then open a DVD playing program like Cineplayer, Roxio Player or Cyberlink's Power DVD.

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Yes I can play the old DVD using the method you describe, I choose Windows Media player. Interestingly you infer that there could be a problem with the Disk Drive NEC DVD RW ND-350A itself if it’s the case that one set reads as the other burns. I was about to tell you the below when I intercepted your last.

 

Another Clue, I’ve just tried to use to Disc copier facility, to copy a DVD that I burnt sometime ago to a blank disc. Again this allows me to copy the original DVD to a holding folder in C drive. Then at the appropriate time it asks. Please insert blank disc into the recorder you may use any of these types of media…….Then hit Continue recording. It should now copy to the disc but it doesn’t it throws the blank disc out.

 

If you think that there is a fair chance it’s this burner and not the software I’m off to PC world for another without more hassle, as I would not know how to contact NEC

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Hi Folks

You will all please to hear that I’ve solved the E80070057 problem, Hindsight is a wonderful thing. The problem I had, I was totally convinced that it was a Software problem because, the Burner worked in all respects, I could cut a CD I could read DVD’s but could not burn a DVD. I had all the evidence, I was sure the same LED was used for all the burning jobs, CD and DVD, this can’t be the case. Once I realised this I shot down the shop brought a nice new Sony AW-G170A and that’s working well, and still with the same Roxio software. Thanks for all your help, my Blood pressure has gone back to normal...The End

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Hi Derek,

 

That's what ML was trying to tell you. There are actually TWO optical burning systems in the burner, one for the big wide tracks of CDs, and another for the fine work on a DVD.

 

It is not unusual if one optical system gets broken for the other one to keep going, although if the electronics go down both systems will stop. Trust ML.

 

We're glad you solved the problem, and thanks for coming back to tell us what it took to solve it.

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