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I use Drag to disk and drag data files to a format disk, then close the disk. I then try to make a copy of that disk with roxio Copy Disc. It starts and then gives the following Sense: 25 ASC: 64 ASCQ: 00 (Command BE)

pxdrv.dll: 1.2.31.0. Dell send me different DVD/CD burner and still get error. We have 12 new computer same model and get the same error on all the computers :angry2:

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I use Drag to disk and drag data files to a format disk, then close the disk. I then try to make a copy of that disk with roxio Copy Disc. It starts and then gives the following Sense: 25 ASC: 64 ASCQ: 00 (Command BE)

pxdrv.dll: 1.2.31.0. Dell send me different DVD/CD burner and still get error. We have 12 new computer same model and get the same error on all the computers :angry2:

 

Which Roxio suite are you using. It can't be C2009 (where you are posting) since C2009 does not have the Drag-to-Disc program included.

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I don't think you will be able to make a copy of a disc created using packet writing app (Drag to Disc, DLA, InCD etc). Suggest using standard Data burning to create source backup disc and then you could create a copy.

 

we can do it on a older computer with Roxio 7 without a problem

 

Which Roxio suite are you using. It can't be C2009 (where you are posting) since C2009 does not have the Drag-to-Disc program included.

 

using Roxio Creator 9 Home

Version: 9.1.068

Build: 910B68R, R03

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