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I am using Roxio Creator Pro 2011 VERSION 1.3.166 SP1. The problem is that while burning a standard DVD of 4.7 GB, the burning process STOPS midway after burning just about 3 GB of data. For example, if I have to burn 6 video (.avi) files of 700MB each in one dvd, then the burning stops midway just after burning 3 or 4 Movies only. I am not facing any problem while burning CDs. The Problem happens only while burning a DVD. The error comes:

 

Sense: 05 ASC: 21 ASCQ: 02 (Command 2A)

Px.dll: 4.24.14.10

pxAFS.dll: 4.24.14.10

Pxdrv.dll: 1.02.61a

PxMas.dll: 4.24.14.10

PxSFS.dll: 4.24.14.10

PxWave.dll: 4.24.14.10

pxwma.dll: 1,0,0,3

 

I downloaded all the above DLL files from the internet (though not exactly the same versions) and put them in the ROXIO CENTRAL folder in the Programs folder in which ROXIO CREATOR PRO 2011 is installed. But still I am facing the same problem. What is the solution??? Please reply URGENTLY.

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Hello,

 

The details of your PX engine are only mentioned in the error so you can see if the engine is up-to-date. They're not the reason for the error, and are unimportant really.

 

Sense: 05 ASC: 21 ASCQ: 02 is the important part of the error. It's a sense error from your drive, and translates to "INVALID ADDRESS FOR WRITE".

 

I don't know why you're getting that error. What sort of a disc [size, number of layers] is your Creator set to?

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I am using Roxio Creator Pro 2011 VERSION 1.3.166 SP1. The problem is that while burning a standard DVD of 4.7 GB, the burning process STOPS midway after burning just about 3 GB of data. For example, if I have to burn 6 video (.avi) files of 700MB each in one dvd, then the burning stops midway just after burning 3 or 4 Movies only. I am not facing any problem while burning CDs. The Problem happens only while burning a DVD. The error comes:

 

Sense: 05 ASC: 21 ASCQ: 02 (Command 2A)

Px.dll: 4.24.14.10

pxAFS.dll: 4.24.14.10

Pxdrv.dll: 1.02.61a

PxMas.dll: 4.24.14.10

PxSFS.dll: 4.24.14.10

PxWave.dll: 4.24.14.10

pxwma.dll: 1,0,0,3

 

I downloaded all the above DLL files from the internet (though not exactly the same versions) and put them in the ROXIO CENTRAL folder in the Programs folder in which ROXIO CREATOR PRO 2011 is installed. But still I am facing the same problem. What is the solution??? Please reply URGENTLY.

 

Are you simply archiving those 6 avi video to a DVD or are you creating a standard video DVD to be played on DVD player?

 

What program are you using to burn to the DVD?

 

BTW, you can't just simply download a few programs and put them in a folder and expect them to work. Infact you can corrupt your whole system especially if you use the wrong versions.

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@Brendon: Thanks for your reply. It's a Dell Studio Laptop. The disc drive is Optiarc DVD+RW AD7640S. All the settings in the Roxio Creator Pro 2011 are set as per default. I have not changed any settings. Please note, that I am using the "Burn Data Disc" feature of the program to burn my discs (both CDs and DVDs). The CDs are burning fine without any error. Only the DVDs are being burned halfway or 60%.

 

@myguggi: Thanks for your reply. I am using the "Burn Data Disc" to create a dvd which can be played on a standard Dvd Player. Note that the files which are burned before the burning stops are being played fine on a dvd player. Also note that there is no problem while burning a CD. The error comes midway or after about 60% of the DVD is burned.

And perhaps you did not read my original message properly....I did not download the 'program', I said I only downloaded the above mentioned DLL FILES and put them in the Roxio Central Folder thinking that these DLL files were somehow missing from my laptop and were causing the error. Obviously they were not the cause of the problem as I am still getting the same problem while burning dvds.

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@Brendon: Thanks for your reply. It's a Dell Studio Laptop. The disc drive is Optiarc DVD+RW AD7640S. All the settings in the Roxio Creator Pro 2011 are set as per default. I have not changed any settings. Please note, that I am using the "Burn Data Disc" feature of the program to burn my discs (both CDs and DVDs). The CDs are burning fine without any error. Only the DVDs are being burned halfway or 60%.

 

@myguggi: Thanks for your reply. I am using the "Burn Data Disc" to create a dvd which can be played on a standard Dvd Player. Note that the files which are burned before the burning stops are being played fine on a dvd player. Also note that there is no problem while burning a CD. The error comes midway or after about 60% of the DVD is burned.

And perhaps you did not read my original message properly....I did not download the 'program', I said I only downloaded the above mentioned DLL FILES and put them in the Roxio Central Folder thinking that these DLL files were somehow missing from my laptop and were causing the error. Obviously they were not the cause of the problem as I am still getting the same problem while burning dvds.

 

Burn Data Disc cannot be used to create standard video DVD that can be played on stand-alone DVD players. As the name of the program says, it can only burn data discs. Certain DVD players are able to play some videos in the DivX/Xvid avi format when they are burned to a DVD. These DVDs are not video DVDs though and will only play on selected DVD players.

 

To create a standard video DVD playable on DVD players you have to use the program myDVD (Create DVds) to authour the DVD. Such a DVD can only hold 60 minutes of video using the best quality setting.

 

BTW, I read you comment about the downloaded files properly. I should have used the word files instead of programs.

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Hi again, Myguggi,

 

Ok. Understood that I should use the MyDVD (Create DVDs) program to create a 'standard' dvd, even though that would mean wasting a lot of space on the DVD. Let me also add that the dvds burnt with the 'Burn Data Disc' program play perfectly well on my standalone DVD Player which is plugged into my TV set. But what is the solution to my problem??? My problem is that I am getting an error midway thru burning the disc with the 'Burn Data Disc" program. Is there any solution to that?? And even though the dvds burnt in this way are playing on my standalone dvd player, they are not getting played on my laptop once I insert the half-burnt dvd back in the drive.

 

And just for your info, this program was working fine and dvds were being burnt fully & successfully in a previous install of the Roxio Creator Pro 2011. I have tried re-installing the program several times now and it still gives the same error while burning dvds. While there is NO PROBLEM in burning CDs with the same program.

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Hi again, Myguggi,

 

Ok. Understood that I should use the MyDVD (Create DVDs) program to create a 'standard' dvd, even though that would mean wasting a lot of space on the DVD. Let me also add that the dvds burnt with the 'Burn Data Disc' program play perfectly well on my standalone DVD Player which is plugged into my TV set. But what is the solution to my problem??? My problem is that I am getting an error midway thru burning the disc with the 'Burn Data Disc" program. Is there any solution to that?? And even though the dvds burnt in this way are playing on my standalone dvd player, they are not getting played on my laptop once I insert the half-burnt dvd back in the drive.

 

And just for your info, this program was working fine and dvds were being burnt fully & successfully in a previous install of the Roxio Creator Pro 2011. I have tried re-installing the program several times now and it still gives the same error while burning dvds. While there is NO PROBLEM in burning CDs with the same program.

 

Why do you think you would be wasting a lot of space when creating a standard DVD? File size is unimportant when creating standard DVDs. A 4.7GB can hold 60 minutes of video at best quality. Any longer and the video compressed and a loss of quality.

 

If you are simply burning your video files to the DVD using "Burn Data Disc" then you are not creating a video DVD but a normal data DVD.

In what format are the files you are burning to DVD? If avi then they are most likely DivX or XVid and few players can play them.

 

What make of DVD are using? Burning CDs has absolutely nothing to do with burning DVDs.

If the burn process worked previously then what are you doing differently? Why not try to burn the data files using some other program. After all, you do not need any Roxio program if you simply burn data files and are not creating video DVDs.

 

I don't understand this statement: "And even though the dvds burnt in this way are playing on my standalone dvd player, they are not getting played on my laptop once I insert the half-burnt dvd back in the drive."

 

Of course another possibility is that your DVD burner is failing.

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I reinstalled the Roxio Creator Pro 2011 program once again and tried to burn a dvd again with the option 'Burn Data Disc'. The dvd burning still stopped at about 58% of completion. I am getting this error now.....Sense: 03 ASC:0C ASCQ:00 (Command 2A)

 

@Myguggi: You are deviating from the problem about which I asked for help. Instead of advising me on which Program I should use for dvd burning, can you tell me WHY AM I GETTING THIS ERROR?? The dvds I am using are of good quality SONY brand. I am NOT doing anything differently, that's why I asked for help! And what was difficult to understand in my statement which you quoted? I simply said that the half burnt dvds are playing perfectly fine in my standalone dvd player, but when I re-insert such a half burnt disc in my laptop drive to play it, it does not recognize any files on the half burnt dvd, and does NOT play on my laptop. I am asking you for the last time, do you have a solution to the ERROR I am getting while burning my dvds or Not? Thanks for your replies, anyway.

 

@Brendon: Do you have a solution for my problem? Do you have any idea about why I am getting the above quoted error?

 

I am writing here hoping to get a solution from ROXIO support profesionals.

 

Regards

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I reinstalled the Roxio Creator Pro 2011 program once again and tried to burn a dvd again with the option 'Burn Data Disc'. The dvd burning still stopped at about 58% of completion. I am getting this error now.....Sense: 03 ASC:0C ASCQ:00 (Command 2A)

 

@Myguggi: You are deviating from the problem about which I asked for help. Instead of advising me on which Program I should use for dvd burning, can you tell me WHY AM I GETTING THIS ERROR?? The dvds I am using are of good quality SONY brand. I am NOT doing anything differently, that's why I asked for help! And what was difficult to understand in my statement which you quoted? I simply said that the half burnt dvds are playing perfectly fine in my standalone dvd player, but when I re-insert such a half burnt disc in my laptop drive to play it, it does not recognize any files on the half burnt dvd, and does NOT play on my laptop. I am asking you for the last time, do you have a solution to the ERROR I am getting while burning my dvds or Not? Thanks for your replies, anyway.

 

@Brendon: Do you have a solution for my problem? Do you have any idea about why I am getting the above quoted error?

 

I am writing here hoping to get a solution from ROXIO support profesionals.

 

Regards

 

 

We are amateurs on this site. We are NOT Roxio support professionals. Go tot he support tab at the top of this page and click on support, look to the right and you will find the information.

 

The code is simply a write error code and could be anything from burner to manufacture of the discs. It is a mechanical and not a software error.

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