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Everything I burn to DVD on a DVD-R or DVD-RW disc freezes half way through the film, I can take the disc out and put it back in... but it still does the same in a different place. I've read some of the other forums about this problem but I'm really bad with computers and don't understand all the technical stuff that people are writing. Is there a way to resolve this problem? And can it be described in a really simple way please :)

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Everything I burn to DVD on a DVD-R or DVD-RW disc freezes half way through the film, I can take the disc out and put it back in... but it still does the same in a different place. I've read some of the other forums about this problem but I'm really bad with computers and don't understand all the technical stuff that people are writing. Is there a way to resolve this problem? And can it be described in a really simple way please :)

 

What brand name DVD media are you using?

 

What x speed is that media and at what x speed are you burning it to disc?

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Everything I burn to DVD on a DVD-R or DVD-RW disc freezes half way through the film, I can take the disc out and put it back in... but it still does the same in a different place. I've read some of the other forums about this problem but I'm really bad with computers and don't understand all the technical stuff that people are writing. Is there a way to resolve this problem? And can it be described in a really simple way please :)

 

I've got a whole bunch of DVD types some are supermarket blank ones and i have maxwell ones and these sony ones.

 

The disks are 1-4x speed (i think thats right anyway) and i don't know what speed its burning it to disc because i don't how how to check it, its probably whatever the default speed is.

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