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Error 80004005


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Give us more of a hint, I went to the Gateway site and searched for the model you posted and the site could not find it. So not only are you saying my car won't start, you are not even telling us what car ! :huh:

 

Either post your computer specs or really list what model you have - laptop or desk top, etc. If you don't know, download and run "Belarc Adviser" and post the important parts of the specs here. The are so many possibilities from cluttered hard drive, malware, obsolete drivers and/or firmware, to bad media that it is impossible to make an educated guess. In the mean time, you can search this site for those numbers and you will find lots of messages, some may even applicable to your set-up. :) Oh, yes, what program are you using (Photosuite with the DVD assistant)? Have you tried using VideoWave 8? Some people have problems with the Assistants but the real programs run well.

 

Have created a slide show with audio, but when burning the dvd I get the following message. Using windows xp home edition on Gateway 520xl PC. Anyone know what this is and how to fix it............Eric
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:):huh: I too am getting the same error... After spending HOURS trying various things, rebooting my computer repeatably, checking system resources, creating the slideshow over and over and over and over, reducing the number of photos, finding out that there is too much info to be sent over to the DVD, trying to sign on to ROXIO support to get tech support (logon failed EVERY TIME!!!).... I don't believe that this is a H/W realated issue. I have a home built machine, 2.5 GHz Pentium processor, ASUS M/B, 1 GIG of RDRAM, LG DVD burner, Windows XP professional, with all of the current MS updates and fixes.

 

The slideshow process is adding photos, adding sound tracks (under step 1), clicking next to get to step 2, clicking next to get to step 3 and then hitting the BURN button.

 

The process uses a HUGE amount of CPU cycles for an extended time, and my memory useage rapidly grows (from around 460 MB to 1.6 GB), and takes between 20 and 30 minutes before the MYDVD window opens. I click the BURN function while in MYDVD and then the errors happen.

 

The S/W level showing under Creator Classic is: Build 805B308B ENU

 

I've received the error: Error while encoding Movie1 80004005

when trying to create the DVD. I was using the slideshow assistant under the Photo section.

 

Another time (while trying to create the DVD), all of the ROXIO programs shutdown with the message indicating that test1 module created an illegal operation.

 

BTW; the slideshow assistant is really the most useless upgrade I've seen in a very long time! The interface with version 7.5 was MUCH easier and more intutive to use. I've saved my project, but there is NO way to re-open the project from within the slideshow assistant.

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madachi,

See this post (pinned to the top of the EMC 8 - DVD and Video board) re the error you are getting.

 

Thanks for the advice. I applied this fix, and tried to create the Slideshow to a DVD disc. Now, it looks like the encoding starts, but fails with a windows error message box indicating that there is an error in the test1 module, and asks if I would like to send Microsoft an error report....

 

Does anyone know why I can't get signed into the Web support page to send a message to Roxio?

 

Thanks again

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Give us more of a hint, I went to the Gateway site and searched for the model you posted and the site could not find it. So not only are you saying my car won't start, you are not even telling us what car ! :D

 

Either post your computer specs or really list what model you have - laptop or desk top, etc. If you don't know, download and run "Belarc Adviser" and post the important parts of the specs here. The are so many possibilities from cluttered hard drive, malware, obsolete drivers and/or firmware, to bad media that it is impossible to make an educated guess. In the mean time, you can search this site for those numbers and you will find lots of messages, some may even applicable to your set-up. :) Oh, yes, what program are you using (Photosuite with the DVD assistant)? Have you tried using VideoWave 8? Some people have problems with the Assistants but the real programs run well.

:huh: I am having a problem similar. I have been trying to find the answer and playing the endless run around with Roxio for 3 hours now with no solution. I trimmed two DVD's I recorded from a TV sports game. I tried to burn the DVD and get the error message Unspecified Error 0X80004005. I upgraded my firm ware, I checked for software upgrades and I am current. I am running XP Pro with SP2 Build 2000. I am running Roxio 8 Suite build 3.0 91a, I have 1 gig of ram, 2.8Gig Intel Pentioul4 Sony DVD RW DRU-530A drive, The edit and trim portion of Roxio works fine but when I try to save or burn I get the error message...WHAT DO YOU RECOMMEND?

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Are you using PhotoSuite for your project? You posted here so I wonder how. Which of the several programs are you using? Are these TiVO files?

 

For trouble shooting purposes do the following. This should help determine where the problem is. Assuming that you are using VideoWave or MyDVD-. You indicate that you can put the files in the program and then edit them. If you are using VideoWave, after you save the first project (assuming you have two), click on the icon that looks like a film reel. Then try rendering the file to a Mpg2 file for DV. best quality. Does the file render properly? If not, there is a problem with the file or file format. If it renders properly, do the same thing with the second file. If one or the other doesn't render properly, the files are defective. Now, close out VideoWave and open MyDVD. Choose your menu and add the two rendered files to the project. Now click the burn icon. Chose burn to iso file. Unselect the other options. Let that run. It will be pretty quick since the files are already in the correct format for putting it on the discs. Once that finishes, navigate to the iso file and double click it. Disc copier will open. Copy that iso file to the disc. If it does not burn, you may be using defective discs. If I remember the Sony unit will do both +R and -R. If that iso file is not copied, then the problem is your burner.

 

Where does the process fail?

 

BTY, the version( build) you have must be determined from a program other than the HOME. Open VideoWave or MyDVD and look at the build there. It should be 805.

 

:) I am having a problem similar. I have been trying to find the answer and playing the endless run around with Roxio for 3 hours now with no solution. I trimmed two DVD's I recorded from a TV sports game. I tried to burn the DVD and get the error message Unspecified Error 0X80004005. I upgraded my firm ware, I checked for software upgrades and I am current. I am running XP Pro with SP2 Build 2000. I am running Roxio 8 Suite build 3.0 91a, I have 1 gig of ram, 2.8Gig Intel Pentioul4 Sony DVD RW DRU-530A drive, The edit and trim portion of Roxio works fine but when I try to save or burn I get the error message...WHAT DO YOU RECOMMEND?
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