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Error Copying Dvds


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I am using Roxio Record Now Copy to make copies of DVDs I have made of our home movies, so that I have backup copies. I have 2 disk drives, so I put the disk I want to copy in the top drive, and the blank disk in the bottom drive, and click "Disk Copy." It has gone along just fine, and I have copied approximately 40 disks. But, now I am getting this message: There was an error writing the image to your hard drive. Please make sure you have 0 KB free on any one of your hard drives, then try the copy again.

 

Anyone know how to fix this?

Thanks!

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I am using Roxio Record Now Copy to make copies of DVDs I have made of our home movies, so that I have backup copies. I have 2 disk drives, so I put the disk I want to copy in the top drive, and the blank disk in the bottom drive, and click "Disk Copy." It has gone along just fine, and I have copied approximately 40 disks. But, now I am getting this message: There was an error writing the image to your hard drive. Please make sure you have 0 KB free on any one of your hard drives, then try the copy again.

 

Anyone know how to fix this?

Thanks!

 

 

hi

ive had this problem before, everytime you copy a disc record now stores a copy of it on the computer, what i found is if you go to my computer click on tools then folder options then view then scroll down and you want to tick the box that says show hidden files and folders.

then go to my computer, click on your username then in the folder application data you will find a record now folder click on it, and delete everything in it, i will free up all of your memory and you will be able to copy discs again

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This problem has turned up several times, and nobody seems to have got to the cause of it.

 

The best anybody seems to have come up with is to clean out your cache files/folders and defrag your hard disc. I don't have any better answer yet, because nobody has come back with an update to say what has or hasn't worked.

 

What version of Record Now! are you using? Do you know where it stores the temporary files which are often created during a disc copy?

 

Regards,

Brendon

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