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So I just bought the new Roxio CD and DVD burner program. And while I've been trying to burn a dvd, the encoding process stops and says that "the output has been removed". I don't touch my computer when I'm burning the dvd, so I don't know how this is possible.

 

Is there anybody who can tell me what's wrong, and how do I fix it?

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Well I'm not sure on all the information of my computer you need to know, but here I go:

 

I have a Dell Inspiron E1705

TSSTcorp DVD+-RW TS-L532B

Provider: Sonic Solutions

Windows XP

Intel Centrino Duo CPU

1.83GHz, 1.00 GB of RAM

105 GB of Hard drive

 

Program I'm using: Roxio Easy CD and DVD Burning

 

Is there anything else I need to add?

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Well I'm not sure on all the information of my computer you need to know, but here I go:

 

I have a Dell Inspiron E1705

TSSTcorp DVD+-RW TS-L532B

Provider: Sonic Solutions

Windows XP

Intel Centrino Duo CPU

1.83GHz, 1.00 GB of RAM

105 GB of Hard drive

 

Program I'm using: Roxio Easy CD and DVD Burning

 

Is there anything else I need to add?

 

You have a laptop with an integrated video chip. Update the video drivers for it, and try again, and try software rendering.

 

Good luck.

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You have a laptop with an integrated video chip. Update the video drivers for it, and try again, and try software rendering.

 

Good luck.

 

 

Under properties of the driver, I clicked on "Update driver" and it says that it can't find a better match for the hardware.

 

How else would I update my driver?

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Under properties of the driver, I clicked on "Update driver" and it says that it can't find a better match for the hardware.

 

How else would I update my driver?

 

You need to go to the website of whoever made your laptop and see if they have updated drivers for your video card and other components.

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Actually, I have a ATI Radeon Mobility X1400 video card

 

Well - the review I read lists the nVidia card as standard in your laptop but apparently Dell list TWO graphics chipsets (how very standard of them ;) )

 

In that case - go to the ati site and get the driver there

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Your laptop uses a nVidia Go 7800 graphics card. If you go here and follow the prompts you should be able to get the latest drivers there

 

Don't forget btw to get the latest DirectX 9.0c from Microsoft as well

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Your laptop uses a nVidia Go 7800 graphics card. If you go here and follow the prompts you should be able to get the latest drivers there

 

Don't forget btw to get the latest DirectX 9.0c from Microsoft as well

 

 

Actually, I have a ATI Radeon Mobility X1400 video card

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You need to include some information about your computer system. Especially regarding the burner make and model. Check some of the other posts and look at the bottom of the post where the information about the hardware is shown for your particular instance. Click on "My Controls" at the top of the board and then include your profile information.

 

If you have EMC 9 and an optical drive that states it can burn DVD+ or minus R, then there should be no problems.

 

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