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Drag To Disk Stopped Working


JamesFMcDonald

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Hello all - I use Roxio 2009 but I find the R5-Drag to Disk handy. However it recently started producing an error message at the end of a run, on eject. The files are all transscribed OK but then there is a message "Failed to prepare media for CD-ROM or DVD ROM compatibility" and for example prepped DVDs will ot then play outside of Roxio. I cannot find any references to this error anywhere. CAn anyone advise?? Thanks Jim

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Is this just one disc, or multiple discs? If multiple discs, the same spindle, or different brands? Has/have the disc(s) been re-used a lot?

 

Lynn

Hi - with all discs, all brand new. I have 2 dvd dual layer recorders. Same with both. HAve tried re-installing but same problem. Also on eject with VOB files, D2D used to comment that it looked like I was building a dvd, and ask for confirmation. This no longer happens either - I presume its the same problem.

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Hello all - I use Roxio 2009 but I find the R5-Drag to Disk handy. However it recently started producing an error message at the end of a run, on eject. The files are all transscribed OK but then there is a message "Failed to prepare media for CD-ROM or DVD ROM compatibility" and for example prepped DVDs will ot then play outside of Roxio. I cannot find any references to this error anywhere. CAn anyone advise?? Thanks Jim

 

Creator 2009 does not have Drag to Disc (D2D) and ECDC 5 doesn't either. ECDC 5 has DirectCD which is very similar to D2D, is that what you are using?

 

ECDC 5 will work making a data DVD, but does not support Video.

 

Give us a step by step of what you are trying to do, and which program you are using, and the application in that program.

 

 

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ogdens -

 

I was thinking that if he is using ECDC 5, that DirectCD would not be able to recognize a Dual-Layer DVD burner. I suspect even the main ECDC 5 applications are unlikely to recognize more than a generic burner.

 

DVD Video came along in ECD/DVDC 6, and Dual Layer support was EMC 7.1 if I remember correctly.

 

Lynn

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