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I couldnt find my situation in any of the topics. I apologize that this may be a bit long winded.

 

I am using Creator 2010 Pro running on HP Pavilion dv7-1273cl with Vista Home Premium 64 bit. I have created about 18 .iso files from video clips. I then have loaded them to Creator 2010 Emulated drive and successfully burned them to Phillips DVD-R disks.

 

Confusing Issue: I was successfully burning my latest .iso creation using Copy Disk and while the burn was in progress, I went into windows explorer to look at some photos. When I closed windows explorer, i saw that the burn operation had stopped and a "warning/error" window was showing the following information: "There was a problem writing to the disc. You can try again by clicking the retry button. You will need another blank disc." This was followed by an "Advanced Info" link and three buttons ("Explain", "Retry", "Cancel").

 

The "Advanced Info" link found under the warning showed the following: SENSE: 02 ASC:04 ASCQ:08 (command 00) plus a bunch of px.dll and other px.things with what looks like version numbers.

 

The "Explain" button resulted in a Roxio Help Center information window with the following: "Not all discs can be copied. For example, some movie and music discs are created with a copy-protection feature. CDs created with packet-writing software such as Roxio Drag-to-Disc or Microsoft’s Live File System in Windows Vista also cannot be copied using the Copy Disc project. Be sure the disc you are trying to copy is not copy-protected and is not a CD created with packet-writing software."

 

The .iso file that I was burning with Copy Disk when the failure problem occurred had just been created with Roxio VideoWave, saved as a .dmsd, called back up and edited with VW, sent to MyDvD and burned to the .iso image. NOTE: This should have given me my first clue but being not too bright, I kept on plodding.

 

I put a new Phillips DVD-R disk into the tray and hit retry -- same error result.

 

I subsequently tried loading a previously successful .iso image to the emulated drive and using Copy Disc to burn it to another different Pillips DVD-R disk. No luck, got the same result with three Phillips disks.

 

I updated DirectX.

 

I then tried Copy Disk using a DVD disk in the physical optical drive that I had created with Creator 2010 Pro. I got the same unsuccessful result with the Phillips DVD-R disk -- the "warning/error" window came up and the disk was ejected. However this time I noticed that the "Advanced Info" showed: Sense: 03 ASC: 0C ASCQ:00 (Command 00).

 

THEN, I clicked "Retry" instead of "Cancel" and used a Verbatim DVD-R disk and it was successful using Copy Disk.

 

THEN, I created two new projects with VideoWave, output to MyDVD, and successfully burned one direct to Verbatim DVD-R disk and the second one direct to a fourth different Phillips DVD-R disk than the ones that have been participating in causing the "warning/error" window.

 

THEN, I created a new project with VideoWave, output to MyDVD, and burned it to .iso image. Subsequently, I opened Burn Disc Image and successfully burned the project's .iso to a Phillips DVD-R disk

 

FINAL RESULT: It now appears that my stack of blank Phillips DVD-R disks had three "bad ones" in a row that my system didnt like. However, the information provided by Creator 2010 Pro (Copy Disk) had focused me on my .iso file or the Roxio software and not the target media I was trying to use.

 

If any of the above is incorrect and my solution (bad physical Phillips DVD-R disk) isnt the real problem, could someone please clarify. If I am correct and my system continues to perform as good as it has been, then perhaps Roxio might consider a different warning/error window or some other indication of this type problem -- if that is possible.

 

Thanks for "listening".

 

John

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I couldnt find my situation in any of the topics. I appologize that this may be a bit long winded.

 

I am using Creator 2010 Pro running on HP Pavilion dv7-1273cl with Vista Home Premium 64 bit. I have created about 18 .iso files from video clips. I then have loaded them to Creator 2010 Emulated drive and burned them to DVD.

 

I was successfully burning my latest .iso creation and while the burn was in progress, I went into windows explorer to look at some photos. When closed windows explorer, i saw that the burn operation had stopped and a "warning/error" window was showing the following information: "There was a problem writing to the disc. You can try again by clicking the retry button. You will need another blank disc." This was followed by an "Advanced Info" link and three buttons ("Explain", "Retry", "Cancel").

 

The "Advanced Info" link found under the warning showed the following: SENSE: 02 ASC:04 ASCQ:08 (command 00) plus a bunch of px.dll and other px.things with what looks like version numbers.

 

The "Explain" button resulted in a Roxio Help Center information window with the following: "Not all discs can be copied. For example, some movie and music discs are created with a copy-protection feature. CDs created with packet-writing software such as Roxio Drag-to-Disc or Microsoft’s Live File System in Windows Vista also cannot be copied using the Copy Disc project. Be sure the disc you are trying to copy is not copy-protected and is not a CD created with packet-writing software."

 

The .iso file that I was burning had just been created with Roxio VideoWave, saved as a .dmsd, called back up and edited with VW, sent to MyDvD to be burned to disk using a Phillips disk (the other 18 successful DVDs were also Phillips). All looked good and the progress oval came up without issue and showed progress. I also saved the same file to .iso image.

 

I subsequently tried loading a previously successful .iso image to the emulated drive and using Copy Disc to burn it to DVD disk. No luck, got the same result.

 

I then tried Copy Disk using a DVD that I had created with Creator 2010 Pro. I got the same unsuccessful result -- the "warning/error" window came up and the disk was ejected. However this time I noticed that the "Advanced Infor" showed: Sense: 03 ASC: 0C ASCQ:00 (Command 00).

 

Now, I cannot get any .iso file to burn from the emulated disk. I get the same "warning/error" window.

 

I can create and burn a data disk with just .jpg photo images.

 

I just updated DirectX and tried again to create and burn the .iso created from a .dmsd production -- same unsuccessful result.

 

Now that I think about it, I didnt take notice of the "Advanced Info" on any of the other unsuccessful attempts.

 

Can anyone give me a hand.

 

John

 

 

A couple of things to note.

 

Do not burn to a DVD and to an iso image at the same time. Just "burn" to the iso image file only and then test it with a virtual drive or the free video player called VLC. (Simply open the iso file with VLC and it should play the video)

Do not run any other apps while actually burning a DVD, you will very likely get some "hiccups" on the DVD or even a coaster.

 

Videowave does not save the project to a dmsd file but to a dmsm file. myDVD creates a project file with the extension dmsd.

 

I have never used the "Copy disc" to burn from from a emulated drive to a DVD. I have no idea if that even should work. I always use the "Burn Disc Image " option to burn the iso file. A free utility called ImgBurn is also used and recommended by many on this board. Do a google search for it.

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Sense errors are always drive related. In your case, the drive is saying:

 

3 / 0C / 00 WRITE ERROR

 

It's possible that by trying to write to the hard disk at the same time as the optical disc, that the error has occured

 

The original error report (again from the drive) was:

 

2 / 04 / 08 LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, LONG WRITE IN PROGRESS

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Sense errors are always drive related. In your case, the drive is saying:

 

3 / 0C / 00 WRITE ERROR

 

It's possible that by trying to write to the hard disk at the same time as the optical disc, that the error has occured

 

The original error report (again from the drive) was:

 

2 / 04 / 08 LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, LONG WRITE IN PROGRESS

Walt and Diahti:

Thank you for your help. I have edited my original post and wish to apologize for being so dumb. Had I known what the 3/OC/00 meant, I would have looked first at my Phillips DVD-R disk and used another one -- as I finally did during my testing.

 

I have used the emulated disk capabiltiy to burn on several occasions. It does work.

 

I thought that I had previously used both the burn to disk and burn to .iso but I really cant remember. I always use the burn to .iso since i usually give several copies of the finished product to my grandkids and others.

 

I also assume that the 2/04/08 code might have been directly associated with trying to do both the disk and the .iso file save.

 

Again, thanks for all the help.

 

John

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Walt and Diahti:

Thank you for your help. I have edited my original post and wish to apologize for being so dumb. Had I known what the 3/OC/00 meant, I would have looked first at my Phillips DVD-R disk and used another one -- as I finally did during my testing.

 

I have used the emulated disk capabiltiy to burn on several occasions. It does work.

 

I thought that I had previously used both the burn to disk and burn to .iso but I really cant remember. I always use the burn to .iso since i usually give several copies of the finished product to my grandkids and others.

 

I also assume that the 2/04/08 code might have been directly associated with trying to do both the disk and the .iso file save.

 

Again, thanks for all the help.

 

John

 

Roxio's training video says you can do both at the same time but taking the chance isn't worth it. I'm sure it works under the best of conditions and a very good gaming computer.

 

BtW, if you use Video Copy and Convert, you can burn the ISO to as many burners as you have (select options). If you do this I suggest you slow down the burn speed.

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<!--quoteo(post=331765:date=Jun 16 2010, 12:09 PM:name=Mudhen15)--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Mudhen15 @ Jun 16 2010, 12:09 PM) <a href="index.php?act=findpost&pid=331765"><{POST_SNAPBACK}></a></div><div class='quotemain'><!--quotec-->Walt and Diahti:

Thank you for your help. I have edited my original post and wish to apologize for being so dumb. Had I known what the 3/OC/00 meant, I would have looked first at my Phillips DVD-R disk and used another one -- as I finally did during my testing.

 

I have used the emulated disk capabiltiy to burn on several occasions. It does work.

 

I thought that I had previously used both the burn to disk and burn to .iso but I really cant remember. I always use the burn to .iso since i usually give several copies of the finished product to my grandkids and others.

 

I also assume that the 2/04/08 code might have been directly associated with trying to do both the disk and the .iso file save.

 

Again, thanks for all the help.

 

John<!--QuoteEnd--></div><!--QuoteEEnd-->

 

Roxio's training video says you can do both at the same time but taking the chance isn't worth it. I'm sure it works under the best of conditions and a very good gaming computer.

 

BtW, if you use Video Copy and Convert, you can burn the ISO to as many burners as you have (select options). If you do this I suggest you slow down the burn speed.

 

Thanks for the info but I only have one burn capability.

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