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i get a error code of unknown error 1230906112 -4 when trying to burn a movie to DVD . what is up with this . i have used this before and this never happen . how do i fix it I use this all the time (sonic mydvd)

 

 

all help welcome

 

 

 

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I am not seeing that your question has anything to do with QFlix or Venue…

 

Tell us what product you have so we can move it to the right place. “sonic mydvd” tells us nothing since that could apply to about 20 different products!

 

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opps sorry . sonic digital media le v7 if that helps .

OK at least we know where to move it!

 

Still like a little more detail about everything going on before you see the error message…

 

Does any other burning work on your PC or does everything throw an error?

 

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OK at least we know where to move it!

 

Still like a little more detail about everything going on before you see the error message…

 

Does any other burning work on your PC or does everything throw an error?

 

 

 

 

when it goes to make the burn to dvd it just stops pops out the dvd and then come up with the code . i removed it then reinstalled it and it did the same thing . almost like something is missing .

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when it goes to make the burn to dvd it just stops pops out the dvd and then come up with the code . i removed it then reinstalled it and it did the same thing . almost like something is missing .

Are you using the MyDVD part of the suite for this?

 

Have you updating/added any software since the last time it worked? Such as upgraded your Operating System [OS], Internet Explorer [iE], Windows Media Player [WMP], Windows updates, other burning related software, etc...

 

What version of IE and WMP is on your system?

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Are you using the MyDVD part of the suite for this?

 

Have you updating/added any software since the last time it worked? Such as upgraded your Operating System [OS], Internet Explorer [iE], Windows Media Player [WMP], Windows updates, other burning related software, etc...

 

What version of IE and WMP is on your system?

 

 

 

i think v5.3.0 i have windows xp service pack 3 update , IE 8 , media is up to date to . i just had i work on it (my laptop) put in a new hard drive went from a 100 to a 320 . is something not working with all the new updates ?

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i think v5.3.0 i have windows xp service pack 3 update , IE 8 , media is up to date to . i just had i work on it (my laptop) put in a new hard drive went from a 100 to a 320 . is something not working with all the new updates ?

 

Pretty hard to understand your post without it being in sentence and punctuation form.

 

Don't understand the the part about the laptop at all.

 

I get the impression you have XP SP3, IE 8, and WMP 11. That being the case, the IE and WMP updates you installed are probably what has broken your Sonic 7 Media Suite. Both IE 7 & 8 and WMP 11 will cause your Sonic version to quit working.

 

You'll need to roll IE back to v6 and WMP back to what it was before you installed v11 [probably v10 I'm guessing] in order to get the software working again.

 

See these links for information on doing this:

 

**** IE 7 & WMP 11 Uninstall Post

http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?showtopic=23162

 

**** MS instructions for removing WMP 11

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsme.../11/readme.aspx

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Pretty hard to understand your post without it being in sentence and punctuation form.

 

Don't understand the the part about the laptop at all.

 

I get the impression you have XP SP3, IE 8, and WMP 11. That being the case, the IE and WMP updates you installed are probably what has broken your Sonic 7 Media Suite. Both IE 7 & 8 and WMP 11 will cause your Sonic version to quit working.

 

You'll need to roll IE back to v6 and WMP back to what it was before you installed v11 [probably v10 I'm guessing] in order to get the software working again.

 

See these links for information on doing this:

 

**** IE 7 & WMP 11 Uninstall Post

http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?showtopic=23162

 

**** MS instructions for removing WMP 11

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsme.../11/readme.aspx

 

 

 

 

so if i get you right i have to go back to some old stuff to get it to work . beacuse the v5 is kinda old? and sorry i dont know what WMP is .

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so if i get you right i have to go back to some old stuff to get it to work . beacuse the v5 is kinda old? and sorry i dont know what WMP is .

Yes you have to go back to older versions of IE and WMP if you want your older version of Sonic to work.

 

Don't know what you mean by "v5".

 

WMP = Windows Media Player [as I noted in an earlier post].

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so if i update i will ok should be fine then .

 

Update what?. Please clarify what you mean. Also what is this V5 you keep refering too.

 

 

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if i update the program to the new one that is . version 5.3.0 is what it says i have now. (v5)

 

What program are you talking about? :blink: No body here knows what version v5 refers to.

Try to be specific in your posts - we cannot read your mind. :unsure:

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OK i don't know what you all want so i will give you all the info i know OK . I'm talking about Mydvd its version 5.3.0 (that is what it tells my i have). it gives me the code that was in my 1st posting . I'm on windows xp and used windows movie maker to put it in my computer . when i go to burn a disc (DVD) with Mydvd it comes up with the above code in the 1st posting when it goes to burn . i don't know what info you need . I'm not a programmer or any of that fancy stuff . is what im using to old for all the updates that i have . its like a new computer ( ok laptop) OK what im saying if i update to Mydvd 10 will that solve the prob i have with all the updates i have on my computer now . is mydvd 5.3.0 to out of date for what i have and its just not reading it right cause it just old .

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OK i don't know what you all want so i will give you all the info i know OK . I'm talking about Mydvd its version 5.3.0 (that is what it tells my i have). it gives me the code that was in my 1st posting . I'm on windows xp and used windows movie maker to put it in my computer . when i go to burn a disc (DVD) with Mydvd it comes up with the above code in the 1st posting when it goes to burn . i don't know what info you need . I'm not a programmer or any of that fancy stuff . is what im using to old for all the updates that i have . its like a new computer ( ok laptop) OK what im saying if i update to Mydvd 10 will that solve the prob i have with all the updates i have on my computer now . is mydvd 5.3.0 to out of date for what i have and its just not reading it right cause it just old .

 

I think the confusion being caused is that the MyDVD app in your Sonic Digital Media v7 has an app version of 5.3.0, which is what you posted a number of times. That individual app version # isn't really relevant for now, as knowing the suite is more important.

 

If you are thinking about updating your Sonic software so you don't have to roll back your IE and WMP software, then yes MyDVD10 or Creator 2009 will work with your current versions of IE & WMP.

 

Keep in mind tho, you need to make sure all parts of your system exceed the minimum requirements for either product.

 

Also, none of your current projects will be able to be used in the new version. You will need to re-create any of them.

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