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I have been trying to COPY a DVD with a video project on it. I put the DVD in the drive, it creates the temporary image and asks for a blank disc. I insert a blank DVD+R disc in the drive and it pops it out asking for a blank disc of compatible format. Thing is, I have tried more than 12 different DVD+R discs from 2 different brand new containers of discs of 2 different manufacturers. I am able to create a DATA disc with these DVD+R discs but for some reason when I try to burn an image, it will not recognize the disc. Dell StudioXPS with VISTA and BluRay Combo drive. Any suggestions or comments are completely appreciated! Thank you.

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I have been trying to COPY a DVD with a video project on it. I put the DVD in the drive, it creates the temporary image and asks for a blank disc. I insert a blank DVD+R disc in the drive and it pops it out asking for a blank disc of compatible format. Thing is, I have tried more than 12 different DVD+R discs from 2 different brand new containers of discs of 2 different manufacturers. I am able to create a DATA disc with these DVD+R discs but for some reason when I try to burn an image, it will not recognize the disc. Dell StudioXPS with VISTA and BluRay Combo drive. Any suggestions or comments are completely appreciated! Thank you.

 

You will have to be more explicit on what you are doing. "I have been trying to COPY a DVD with a video project on it" means nothing at this point.

 

Naming specific programs you are using would really help for a start. What creates a temorary image? Are you trying to create a video DVD, a data DVD or what? What do you mean by video project? A rendered video file, the project files?

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Sorry about that. I thought I started the post from Creator 2010 Burning Issues and assumed we were all on the same page. Yes, I'm using Roxio Creator 2010 Premier and using the function called COPY DISC. I hope that clarifies things.

 

When I mention the fact that I can create a DATA disc what I mean is that I can successfully use the function DATA DISC with my media.

 

Thanks for your quick reply and any future help.

 

Here's the INFO for the disc I'm trying to copy FROM:

DVD-R, Closed, Multiborder, Data

15 zones

0.0 MB Free space

1,144.4 MB Used Space

 

Here's the INFO for the disc I'm trying to copy TO:

DVD+R, Blank Media

0 zones

4,482.6 MB Free sapce

0.0 MB Used Space

 

My drive supports both DVD-R and DVD+R along with many other formats. And since I can create a DATA DISC on this media I have confirmed that it is compatible with my drive. Just want to be clear on those points. Thanks!

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Try a different approach - instead of doing the copy, split it in two (which is what the program will do anyway)

 

First, make an image file from your original disc and then use that image to write to the blank.

 

Let us know if that works

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Here's the INFO for the disc I'm trying to copy FROM:

DVD-R, Closed, Multiborder, Data

15 zones

0.0 MB Free space

1,144.4 MB Used Space

If that disc is a standard data disc with only 1.1 GB on it, it should copy straight over. There should be no need for anything to be split.

 

How or with what program was the source disc made?

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If that disc is a standard data disc with only 1.1 GB on it, it should copy straight over. There should be no need for anything to be split.

 

How or with what program was the source disc made?

 

I'm not sure how the disc was made. It contains a video project in a VIDEO_TS folder. It was likely created on a MAC.

I am currently making a simple DATA DISC of the folder (that I copied to my hard drive). But I'm not sure it will play as a DVD. Going to test that.

 

Hmmm. Not having much luck with the DATA DISC either. It starts to burn, gets all 1.1 Gig on the disc (581 out of the 582 sectors) and then dumps with an error:

Sense: 02 ASC: 04 ASCQ: 08 (Command 00)

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Px.dll: 4.12.28.500

PxAFS.DLL: 4.12.28.500

pxdrv.dll: 1.2.38.1

PxMas.dll: 4.12.28.500

PxSFS.DLL: 4.12.28.500

PxWave.dll: 4.12.28.500

pxwma.dll: 1.0.0.3

 

Do I need a patch or reinstall?

 

Update: sorry... this is really vexing me... I put the DATA DISC that had the error into the drive to see what was on it and it brought up the Windows Media player but isn't exactly compatible. Will play only a short segment of the video.

 

Here's the DATA DISC INFO:

DVD+R, Closed, DVD-Video

1 Number of Zones

0.0 MB Free Space

1,134.8 MB (581,024 Sectors) Used Space

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After digging around in the help files. I believe that the following compatibility rules apply:

 

DVD-R, Multi-border,Closed is only compatible with DVD-R and DVD-RW

 

I have been trying to use DVD+R discs. Once I obtain some DVD-R discs, I will try again and post the results. Might be a day or so.

 

Thanks for your consideration on this issue!

 

-wtk

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Thank you very much for coming back with that. I had considered it might need the same type of disc, but discounted that because it doesn't seem to care with single-border data discs.

 

Also, to use a Video_TS folder the disc should be a DVD-Video, and I'd normally expect that to be written in one go. However your disc is shown as a data disc rather than DVD-Video, and has 15 zones. :unsure:

 

But you have established that 'Copy Disc' in C2010 requires a DVD dash disc as destination when it's copying a DVD-R multiborder data disc. That's more things I've learned, so it must be a good day.

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