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deanmussari
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I am experiancing the same issue but only with some images. I downloaded a DVD ISO image from IBM. I can not burn it on this PC. HP Laptop. 8V8380US. 1.83 GHz, 2 gb ram. Win XP, service pack 3. Drivers up to date. CD/DVD burner is HP's HL-DT-DVDRAM GSA-4084N. It keeps asking me to put in a blank disk.

I tried Maxel brand dvd-r disks.

 

I copied this image to by Desktop PC at home. Running Roxio 5.5 something (Old version) and it worked just fine there.

 

I've also had issues with this software when my video driver wasn't up to date.

 

If you get an answer Plesas let me know, this has bee so frustrating.

Thanks!

Dean.

 

 

The Roxio sofwter info from help is:

 

Roxio Creator 9 Home

Version: 9.0.088

Build: 900B88F, R03

Serial Number: xx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

 

Module Name: PX Engine

Build: 3.0.88a, 94

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

 

Module Name: Roxio Core

Version: 3.3.0

Build: 3.30.45a, R9S

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

 

Module Name: Roxio EasyArchive

Version: 3.3.0

Build: 330B35A, R9S

Serial Number: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

 

Module Name: Roxio RecordNow Audio

Version: 3.3.0

Build: 330B34A, R9S

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

 

Module Name: Roxio BDAV Plugin

Version: 3.3.0

Build: 330B23A, R9S

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

 

Module Name: Roxio RecordNow Copy

Version: 3.3.0

Build: 330B31B, R9S

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

 

Module Name: Roxio RecordNow Data

Version: 3.3.0

Build: 330B29A, R9S

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

 

Module Name: Roxio RecordNow Tools

Version: 3.3.0

Build: 330B27A, R9S

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

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Check that the file isn't corrupt - download either cdroller or isobuster to open it and view the contents

 

www,cdroller.com

 

www.isobuster.com

 

The free trial versions should be able to check readability of the .iso

 

Alternatively, winrar may be able to open it and extract contents but it won't be a bootable iso, but should be sufficient to check the integrity

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