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Can't Burn Dual Density Disc

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I've tried a few times to burn a dual density disc and it seems like when the program indicates the project is at 100% the system hangs and will stay at 100%. The disc appears to have been completely burned (physical appearance) but when trying to play back it is not recognized in the player.

 

I'm not very computer savy so I'm probably missing something in this description.

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I've tried a few times to burn a dual density disc and it seems like when the program indicates the project is at 100% the system hangs and will stay at 100%. The disc appears to have been completely burned (physical appearance) but when trying to play back it is not recognized in the player.

 

I'm not very computer savy so I'm probably missing something in this description.

 

Do you mean dual or double sided DVD? I haven't heard the term dual density since the days of floppy drives.

 

First, do you have a burner that will burn double layer discs? What are you trying to burn onto the disc?

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Do you mean dual or double sided DVD? I haven't heard the term dual density since the days of floppy drives.

 

First, do you have a burner that will burn double layer discs? What are you trying to burn onto the disc?

 

I maybe should have said dual layer disc, single side.

 

I'm trying to burn a long (3 hour) movie.

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I maybe should have said dual layer disc, single side.

 

I'm trying to burn a long (3 hour) movie.

 

Put the disc in your computer ans explore it. What files/folders do you see? How did you attempt to burn it? Is the original movied DRM protected? Where did you get the movie? What format is it?

 

If you are trying to copy a copy protected disc, then you should have gotten a message that the program will not do it. It is illegal even if you own the disc and your copy is for your own use.

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