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Error Occured while burning to disc

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Also need same help! I have been having the same problem as in Post #1 for days now and wasted several DVD disks.

It says unknown capture error. Details: problem with burn machine. Error codes:

Last state 1, error code-2147200504

Last state 17, error code-2147418113.

 

Will appreciate suggestions to resolve this.

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Also need same help! I have been having the same problem as in Post #1 for days now and wasted several DVD disks.

It says unknown capture error. Details: problem with burn machine. Error codes:

Last state 1, error code-2147200504

Last state 17, error code-2147418113.

 

Will appreciate suggestions to resolve this.

 

what kind of disc you were using? your burner?

 

also, you got "unknown capture error" while you are trying to burn?

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what kind of disc you were using? your burner?

 

also, you got "unknown capture error" while you are trying to burn?

 

I was using an HP DVD-R and my burner is Phillips DVD+-RW DVD8801 4D28.

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I was using an HP DVD-R and my burner is Phillips DVD+-RW DVD8801 4D28.

 

I think you are trying to use Plug&Burn if you got the "unknown capture error"

 

Stay away from that program and instead use Capture Video and then Create DVD. That separates the capturing and burning into two different process that cannot interfere with each other. It will also show if your problem is capturing the video or burning the DVD. It is also a good idea to use RW DVDs for testing purposes.

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I think you are trying to use Plug&Burn if you got the "unknown capture error"

 

Stay away from that program and instead use Capture Video and then Create DVD. That separates the capturing and burning into two different process that cannot interfere with each other. It will also show if your problem is capturing the video or burning the DVD. It is also a good idea to use RW DVDs for testing purposes.

 

 

Sure I was using Plug & Burn as instructed and have lost several DVD-R with it!

 

Thanks for your suggestions I will try that.

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