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"Error Writing To Disc" during verify process


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Hello all, I'm attempting to backup a lot of data to blu-ray (BD-R DL 50GB) and the project is spanning 4 discs. After 'Creator' burns the first disc, the program halts at the very end of the 'verifying' process. An error pops-up saying 'Error Writing to Disc" and when i click 'Cancel' that error message flashes but will not go away. This eventually leads to a full program crash. I was wondering if anyone else encountered this problem and had a solution. Also, I checked the first disc that Creator burned and the files seem to be intact. Is it possible to pickup the session at disc two without having to re-burn disc one?

 

Settings wise, I have checked "do not split files in multi-disc projects" and 'automatically verify file system after recording". i have compression turned off and the file system i'm using is "UDF102" with "NO BRIDGE". I'm working off a HP xw8400 running XP SP2. any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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I don't know of anyone who has untaken such an ambitious project :lol:

 

I really do not think it is a good way to go about it…

 

Creator Classic has proven time and time again to fail with spanned disc projects! You have already had failures in writing, imagine how happy you will be if they occur months or years latter when you want to recover something! :huh:

 

Burn Data Disc may be a better choice, although I would want to use some RE discs before committing my BD-R DL's to the laser

 

Personally, I would buy a couple of HDD's and file them away. ;)

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